What Should I Do If My Land Is Going To Be Taken By Eminent Domain?
Eminent Domain, or land condemnation, is the right of the government to take your land if your property is needed for a public project, or even adjacent to land needed for a public project. While the laws around land condemnation state that you cannot say “no” if you are informed that your land is needed, the 5th Amendment of the US Constitution limits the government’s rights by providing that a property cannot “be taken for public use, without just compensation.” While it is possible to challenge whether the land is specifically for public use, in most cases, the legal battle is about ensuring that you receive just compensation for your land. Eminent domain is a complicated field of law, each and every case is different. Attorney David Parker, who has over four decades of experience in complex eminent domain cases, leads our skilled legal team in eminent domain cases. He has extensive experience in civil litigation and land disputes.
Skilled And Experienced Representation In Eminent Domain Cases
The attorneys and staff at Harbinson Parker know exactly how to handle your case. You are entitled to and must demand to be treated fairly when facing an eminent domain case, and for most people that means getting a fair price for your property. In many instances, the government will be open to negotiation on it’s initial offer, and this is why it is imperative to partner with a skilled attorney who is experienced in scrutinizing appraisal reports and evaluating all of the factors that contribute to a fair evaluation of your property. Let us help you get the justice you deserve for your property. Our attorneys have successfully taken on the State in the past and will implement our knowledge and skills to achieve the same results for you. From appraisal to negotiation, to ultimately arriving at a fair and just compensation, let our legal team represent your land.
Contact Us Today
If a government land agent has reached out to you about your property, do not wait to act! Reach out to Harbinson Parker today to begin the appraisal process, and to ensure that you receive the compensation that you deserve. Call 828-600-7462 for our Taylorsville office or call 704-707-3066 for our Statesville office or fill out our online contact form.