Younger Next Year

Just a short note this am to answer the question for those who read something here and then go to my website at  I used to get a chuckle when I saw a realtor or financial advisor’s picture on a card that looked much different than the “seasoned” person to whom I was referred. And now here I am, being the brunt of such surprise for visitors to my sites.

Yes, the pictures are different. The one here is my younger self, at 40. The one on my website is my 60-ish photograph. When I had my web person switch them out some people inquired as to whether my website was hijacked. And I responded “No, I just got older.”

In this blog-site I have to remove one picture to add another and have the fear of losing the picture altogether in the process. I am not that web savvy. And besides, it is not so bad reminiscing about the good old days when I come here. So if you want to see the more current me, go to the website at

Yup, that is another way to get you to go there but you won’t be sorry. All my E-newsletters as well as an abundance of additional free information too bulky to bring here reside there.

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The HOA Ballot is Wrong, Is the Election Void?

I recently sent out an E-newsletter on elections to help boards get it right at the next election. Sometimes owners read the newsletters and think they are all geared toward the boards. So this month, I’m doing 2 E- newsletters and the second one is just to answer owners questions. It should come out next […]

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Beth A. Grimm is an attorney who serves homeowner associations and homeowners alike. She is a frequent contributor to the Echo Journal and other similar publications in the State of California and on a national level. She provides several publications written in plain English to help people who need information about California law as it relates to homeowner and condominium associations.

Things to keep in mind about this site: Practical Nuts and Bolts Problems and Solutions are Discussed. Beth A. Grimm practices law in California ONLY! There is nothing in these blogs that is intended to constitute legal advice. You must consult with an attorney if you want legal advice!