Easements, Boundary Disputes & Right of Way
Issues relating to Easements, Boundary Disputes & Right of Way can pit neighbor against neighbor and threaten your ability to use and protect your property. When facing these issues, the assistance of an experienced lawyer can be vital. We have the knowledge and experience to help you define your rights and protect your interests.
Whatever your specific concerns may be, our staff will work diligently to help you find the efficient and favorable resolutions you need. We take the time to understand our clients’ situations to ensure that our representation is tailored to meet your needs. We can help you establish your property ownership rights and address any concerns you may have.
Our experience allows us to offer detailed support to clients facing a number of real estate property dispute concerns, including:
- Prescriptive rights
- Boundary or property line disputes
We will discuss your rights and your options for dealing with the matter as quickly and affordably as possible. Our focus is on providing value to our clients. We can provide the aggressive and assertive assistance you need to ensure the safety and security of your property.
Right of Way
A right of way is a piece of land taken by the government or by certain private businesses, typically through an easement or another mechanism. Traditionally, rights of way were intended for transportation purposes, such as roads or railroads. They are now commonly used for pipelines and utility lines, or sometimes for hiking and biking trails.
If you are a landowner who has been threatened with the taking of land for a right of way, or if your land has already been taken, you have rights. If land was taken from you through an easement, but not properly returned when the right of way fell out of use, you can take action to reclaim your property or be compensated appropriately.
The experienced attorneys at Harlow Spanier & Heckele PLLC can help with your easements & boundary disputes. Call today at (520) 465-0869 or email firstname.lastname@example.org