Emotional Support Animals

No-pet policy? No problem.

Emotional support animals (ESA) can provide people who have disabilities with immense comfort and support. Even if a condominium has a no-pet policy, someone with a proven need to have an ESA will be entitled to have that animal in the condominium, which can naturally lead to friction between boards and unit owners. Our attorneys are well-versed in the rules and regulations regarding ESAs and are prepared to defend your (rights or to advise boards on what its rights and responsibilities are as well.

We can help with:

  • Representation before the Human Rights Commission
  • Prosecution or defense of emotional support animal claims

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