Michael Alti

Of Counsel

Michael Alti’s practice includes over 20 years’ experience in homeowner association law, land use and business law.  He represents a wide range of commercial and residential common interest developments and prides himself on seeking practical, cost-effective solutions for his clients.  He advises associations on matters including governing document analysis and amendments, contract negotiations, land use matters, property disputes, and rules enforcement.  He has also helped navigate numerous association clients through the process of obtaining loans for their communities.

As a land use attorney, Michael has developed a particular niche in representing associations and other property owners before City Councils and Planning Commissions regarding land use, zoning and environmental matters.  He also serves as an instructor with the California Association of Community Managers (CACM).

Michael graduated summa cum laude from UCLA in 1998, majoring in Business Economics with a minor in German. He also attended UCLA for law school, where he specialized in Business Law, graduating in 2001.

Outside of his legal practice, he is active in a variety of charitable causes and serves on the Board of the St. Thomas More Society of Orange County, which honored him as Attorney of the Year in 2020.