Boundary & Easement Disputes

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Boundary Disputes & Litigation

Most homeowners in Florida have three abutting neighbors - that's one on each side and one behind them. Central Florida has a population of over eight million people in an area of about 6,300 square miles. The population of the state of Virginia is just a little over that. However, the state of Virginia is almost seven times larger than that at 42,775 square miles. With that many people crammed together, boundary disputes are inevitable. 


Most boundary disputes have to be resolved in court as people don't usually like to give an inch of their land, trees or brush, if they don't have to. Some boundary claims are resolved with a simple demand letter from an attorney.  As the passage of time may bar any land claim you may have, you should consult with an attorney as soon as a dispute arises with a neighbor.


Do you have a boundary dispute that you cannot resolve on your own? Please contact our office today to schedule a free initial consultation to speak with our Real Estate Attorney and to obtain a quote.

Easement Disputes & Litigation

An easement, in laymen's terms, is a legal right to use another's land for a specific limited purpose. Sometimes people confuse their easement obligations to others, and disputes arise.

 

Most easement disputes are resolved with a simple demand letter from an attorney, as easements are pretty straight forward.  Unfortunately, sometimes you have to get an attorney involved, in order to resolve your dispute. You should consult with an attorney as soon as a dispute arises with a neighbor over an easement.


Do you have an easement dispute that you cannot resolve on your own? Please contact our office today to schedule a free initial consultation to speak with our Real Estate Attorney and to obtain a quote.