There are other state association providing attorney help, but that is rapidly going away because of association liability. The recommendation among the Exec group is to discontinue supplying forms and direct legal help.
Ohio has a more or less dedicated attorney available to the members. Other than WMA, I believe most state associations are going to do less and less in the way of legal forms and legal advice. For one thing, many are interested in answers to federal regulatory law (SAFE Act, Dodd-Frank, and many others) and most of the attorneys available to state associations are not qualified in these areas. Several states, including Ohio, have been embarrassed by incorrect pronouncements by their association attorneys over the last several years. The Texas association hired a Washington DC attorney for help on these issues, but they have discontinued that because of the costs.
I believe in the value of state associations. I am the Chairman of the Illinois association. I do believe their greatest value is in protecting the members from negative legislation and proposing positive legislation. The second great value is to be a source of information and the chance to network at meetings with other community owners and others in the industry.