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Jillian Henzler

Jillian Henzler is the Northern Ohio Collections Director. Jill earned her law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 2012, after graduating from La Roche College with a degree in English. During her time at Cleveland-Marshall, Jillian was a member of the Cleveland State Law Review.

Jillian Henzler

Collection of Delinquent Assessments Through Bankruptcy By: Jillian M. Henzler, Esq.

When an owner becomes delinquent on association assessments or other obligations, they may consider bankruptcy as a solution to their financial problems.  A bankruptcy filing triggers a number of federal laws that affect an association’s ability to collect delinquent assessments. Most notably, upon the filing of a bankruptcy petition, an automatic stay on collection action […]

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The COVID Collections Crisis, By: Jillian M. Henzler, Esq.

The COVID-19 pandemic created a year of unforeseen circumstances and changed virtually every aspect of our daily lives.  The federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic came in the form of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or the CARES Act, which was signed into law on March 27, 2020.  While it placed a

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Pet Policies: Regulating Our Furry Friends, By: Jillian M. Henzler, Esq.

Board members generally have authority to adopt and enforce rules within their community. While most rules are created to protect the owners and residents living in the association, a large number of households also include pets. Boards can, and should, seek to adopt pet policies to ensure that man’s best friend does not turn into

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Protecting Your Community Association from Incivility By Jillian M. Henzler, Esq.

Serving on an association’s board can be an extremely important task, but can sometimes become challenging if faced with uncivil owners.  Thankfully, there are a few things the board can do to maintain order within the community. Increased communication and education.  We find that the root of a number of owner complaints relate back to

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