Courtesy of Channel 5 -- Boca Raton
September 24, 2012
"At this point in time, the association is attempting to foreclosure. They have the final judgment and then take ownership, literally at the courthouse stairs and kick her out," her attorney Adam Katz said.
Katz is working to save her home, but warns others not to fall behind on their payments.
"Certainly treat those dues as if it's your mortgage. Because the repercussions, whether it's attorneys fees, whether it's litigation, are pretty stringent and severe. And this day in age, believe it or not, associations are prosecuting even more diligently than banks if you don't pay your mortgage," Katz said.
“I can't hardly sleep. And I cry myself to sleep half the time," Kehrer said.
“If you're in a position where you're not paying your dues, call the president, the next board meeting, attend that board meeting. Be preemptive, because you do not want it to go legal,” Katz said.
Katz said he is in talks with the HOA’s counsel, hoping to find a resolution before Tuesday morning's auction.