About Richards Law, PC
Richards Law, PC, is a community association law firm advising and representing association boards, managers and homeowners throughout Utah. Since our firm was founded in 2005, our mission has been to find the perfect balance between board authority and homeowner rights.
With primary offices in Salt Lake City, our attorneys provide counsel and representation in all matters related to community association law, homeowner associations (HOAs), condominium associations, townhomes and planned unit developments (PUDs).
We handle all issues related to CC&Rs, bylaws, amendments, enforcement of governing documents, litigation and collections. We also serve as trustees for community associations involved in foreclosure sales, and we handle civil litigation and other matters related to real property, business formation and estate planning.
John Richards, Our Founding Attorney
Attorney John Richards has practiced in the area of HOA representation his entire career, which spans more than 20 years. John frequently writes articles for HOA periodicals and newsletters, and he regularly conducts board training classes and HOA law seminars, as well as continuing education courses for real estate licensees.
John has successfully lobbied a number of HOA-related bills before of the Utah State Legislature, including certain amendments to the Utah Condominium Ownership Act and introduction of the Utah Community Association Act. He is also among a select few attorneys in the entire country to be admitted to the College of Community Association Lawyers.
We believe that community association law is really a people’s law. We also believe, as Margaret J. Wheatley said, “There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about.”
Meet Our Team
Our firm utilizes the skills and experience of an outstanding team of attorneys. Please see our attorney profiles to learn more:
Richards Law, PC, regularly conducts free educational courses, known as “HOA University.” For a variety of helpful resources, please see our overview of educational services and seminars.
We serve community associations throughout Utah. If you have questions or concerns about HOA or condo association law, please call us at 801-274-6800 or complete our contact form. We look forward to helping in whatever way we can.