Paige Bellamy began emphasizing her efforts on homeowners’ associations and their unique needs in 2003, when she went to work for a law firm focused on construction defect litigation. Thereafter, Ms. Bellamy worked as an Associate with the attorneys who would come to form Thomas & Brittain, P.A. While at Thomas & Brittain, P.A., Ms. Bellamy began and grew a homeowners’ association practice. In early 2017, she was determined to begin her own practice that focused on client service and a commitment to positive outcomes. Paige Bellamy approaches the practice of law from the perspective that if her law practice is the only entity making money, she is not assisting her clients rightfully. Her goal is to balance her clients’ needs for conflict resolution while constantly keeping in mind the duties of the Boards of Administration to their non-profit members. She is focused on problem solving and assisting her clients with a range of issues from governance questions to enforcement litigation. As General Counsel to homeowners’ associations, she helps association boards with statutory interpretation, governing document interpretation and amendments, collections, dispute resolution and other association legal issues including assisting with Alcohol Beverage Licensing.
In addition to representing Boards of Administration for homeowners’ associations, Ms. Bellamy has also represented individuals against their homeowner’s association. Ms. Bellamy has actively sought injunctions and other forms of relief against associations that do not follow their governing documents.
Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of the South, in Sewanee, Tennessee in 1994.
Juris Doctorate in 1998 from the University of South Carolina School of Law in Columbia, South Carolina.
Awarded the I.M. Goldberg Scholarship by the South Carolina Bar Foundation.
Horry County Bar
South Carolina Bar
Member of the Horry County
South Carolina Bar Association.
Construction Law Section
of the South Carolina Bar.
U.S. District Court,
District of South Carolina.
Forming and managing a community association or homeowners’ association requires many legal processes and documents.
Homeowners’ associations are solely funded on membership payments and we assist in getting those collections owed.
The legal decisions you make when initially starting your business will impact the entire lifespan of that business.
Rely on us when going through the long and complex process of receiving an Alcohol Beverage License in South Carolina.