Prior to joining Eads Murray & Pugh Andrew spent seven years working in a law firm that focused its practice on creditor’s rights and commercial litigation. As such, he has developed extensive experience in collections litigation, contracts and commercial law. He is an experienced litigator and problem solver, who, through experience, has developed multiple approaches to collecting overdue accounts and coming to agreements to repay a debt. Andrew’s sharp eye for detail makes him adept at reviewing contracts, real estate documents and other legal documents with an eye toward protecting his client’s interests and minimizing exposure to future litigation.
Andrew now devotes his practice to representing homeowners associations, condominium associations and other community associations. In this capacity, Andrew represents the firm’s association clients in collection actions for unpaid assessments, covenant violations, governing document analysis, and revising covenants, bylaws and other documents that control the duties, rights and powers of communities and their members.
Community Associations Institute (CAI)
Indiana Bar Association
Indianapolis Bar Association