A boundary dispute can occur when a parcel of property encroaches on the boundary line of a different parcel of property. This encroachment can either be an intentional act or it may simply be an error. Regardless of how it occurred, a boundary dispute can have a very serious affect on the use and value of a parcel of property and may also have a negative impact on the marketability and transfer-ability of a parcel of property.
As a commercial and business law attorney law firm, we know that great ideas and efficient marketing strategies may make a business stand out, but what really allows a business to rise above its competition and thrive is the effective handling of its day-to-day business law issues it may face. From entity selection, contract formation to dispute resolution for all parties concerned, having an available and proven, cost-effective legal resource is essential in today’s business environment.
Examples of disputes that we handle include, but are not limited to: adverse possession; easements and the taking of real property; eminent domain; encroachments on another parcel of real property; access to real property including landlocked parcels of real property; and quiet title actions.
If you are in the middle of a property dispute, it’s important that you receive legal service from a well experienced attorney. At Heekin Law, we have 250 years of combined legal experience ready to be put to use. Call us today to see how we can assist you in property disputes, no matter what side you are on.
If you are a commercial or residential property owner and you have a dispute relating to your parcel of property, the attorneys at Heekin Law would be happy to meet with you to discuss a successful plan of attack in either defending against or prosecuting the property dispute. Contact us today to see how we can be of assistance!