Community Matters Radio Program is Sarasota’s premier resource for the community association residents and volunteers. We offer expert advice on matters that affect condominiums, home owners associations and co-ops in our community. We will always strive to get you the answers you need to govern and maintain your communities. We ask proven professionals in our area to provide you with the most current and cost-effective ways to solve the issues your communities face and will update you on changes in law that affect your communities.
Hosts Janet and Cindi welcome guest, attorney Kevin Wells to the show. Download Tweet
Janet and Cindi discuss Community Associations day with attorney Curtis Hamlin and West FL CAI rep Karen Mayfield to the show. Download Tweet
Janet and Cindi welcome guests Diana North and Terri Dibella of CAI West Florida to discuss their upcoming event. Download Tweet
Host Janet Romano welcomes guest Eric Lawson of Scott Paint Company to discuss all things paint with your community association. Download Tweet
Janet and Cindi welcome guest Michael Lee of Avid Exchange to the show to discuss accounts payable, association billing and more. Download Tweet
About your host
Kevin Wells has been practicing law for nineteen years, with approximately seventeen of those years dedicated to representing community associations located in Sarasota and Manatee Counties. His practice philosophy is to provide prompt legal advice to clients that is communicated in a direct and easily understood fashion. He believes that community association representation is unique because the officers and directors owe a fiduciary duty to the unit owners and routinely decide matters that directly affect their homes, neighbors and communities. Mr. Wells established The Law Offices of Kevin T. Wells, P.A. during the summer of 2006. The Firm and its six attorneys are proud to presently represent over 500 community associations. Prior to the opening of his own law firm, he was a partner in a well-known Sarasota law firm that represented at that time over 500 community association clients. E-mail: email@example.com