The law firm of Golightly Mulligan & Morgan provides counsel and advice to homeowners associations and condominium associations on a wide range of matters including rules and covenant drafting, interpretation and enforcement; review, negotiation and enforcement of contracts; amendments to condominium instruments and governing documents; counseling on the conduct of meetings and the roles of Boards of Directors and committees, and the application of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Golightly Mulligan & Morgan also represents community associations in a variety of litigation matters.
Our firm is an active member of Community Associations Institute. Michele Mulligan is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Central Virginia Chapter, and a member of the Virginia Leadership Retreat Committee. She frequently lectures and writes on community association topics. Michele utilizes her years as a committee member, Board member and Board President in her own homeowners association to provide common sense solutions for homeowners and condominium associations.