Monroe Property Rights Attorneys
Union County Land Use Lawyers
Every property owner has property rights. Whether your land is being condemned by the government or a neighbor is claiming he or she has an easement over your land, a local, knowledgeable attorney can help you defend your property rights.
At Helms Robison & Lee, our lawyers have the skills and know-how to help you with your property dispute. For more than 50 years, our firm has served clients in Union County. We can help you and give you the dedicated service and zealous advocacy you need when your property rights are in jeopardy.
For help with your real estate matters, contact a Monroe property rights lawyer in our office. We offer free initial consultations.
Defending Your Property Rights
Our real estate lawyers represent clients whose property rights have been threatened in a wide range of land use disputes, including:
- Condemnation : When the government condemns your land for public use, such as for the new Monroe Bypass, you have a right to fair compensation for your property. We will fight to secure you the fair compensation you deserve.
- Re-zoning disputes : If your land is being rezoned, we will help defend you from the change and safeguard your use of the property.
- Easements, restrictive covenants and rights of way: Our lawyers can assist you if a neighbor is encroaching on your land or if you want to enforce the rights you have to his or her property.
- Homeowners' associations: If you are being fined or thrown off your property due to a homeowners' association, we can help defend your interests and your right to the property. We also represent homeowners' associations that wish to enforce their rules.
- Partitioning or dividing property: If you own land with another person as a tenant in common, you have the right to partition the land so you can own a piece of it individually. We can help you enforce this right and divide your land.
Regardless of the type of dispute, our attorneys will give you the honest and dedicated counsel you need. Contact our Union County land use lawyers for an assessment of your case and answers to your real estate questions.