Boundary and Easement Dispute Attorney
Our firm has been providing legal representation in boundary and easement disputes for decades. These include disputes such as actions to quiet title and actions to recognize prescriptive easement. We provide both in-court representation as well as out-of-court negotiation and dispute resolution services.
Boundary Disputes may arise in a variety of situations. For example, a landowner may be building a fence or other improvement on land the adjacent landowner claims is his. This type of dispute is called an encroachment. If the objecting landowner does not immediately notify the other landowner, he may end up losing that piece of property even if he was correct.
Easements are the legal right to use a piece of property. Easements can arise from a variety of circumstances. For example, utility companies generally have easements to run pipes or wires across a landowner’s property. Easements “run with the land” and are not extinguished by a transfer of the property from one owner to another.
Our firm has experience handling boundary and easement disputes in the most cost-effective and efficient manner.