A property attorney handles all aspects of private property disputes and concerns. Legal disputes arising out of the ownership or use of real estate are not uncommon in Western North Carolina. Old surveys, using outdated equipment on steep mountain slopes, are sometimes difficult to reconcile with surveys prepared using more modern instruments. In addition, trees and boulders used as landmarks may have changed or may have been moved or destroyed, making it difficult to determine the original survey line.
What is a Property Attorney?
A property attorney is thoroughly familiar with property titles, surveying issues, joint ownership of property, easements and all of the other real estate problems that cause problems between land owners. Often an attorney must find proof of long forgotten roadways and easements, resolve boundary line disagreements and represent parties who have access to their property denied. The most important requirement for a good property lawyer is extensive experience in both real estate and litigation. That combination is critical to success when a dispute has to be resolved by a judge or jury.
Why Do I Need a Property Attorney?
You need a property attorney for any private property dispute. Disagreements arising out of joint ownership or use of property, encroachments, boundary line issues and easement disputes can require quick legal action. If these issues are not resolved and continue for a long period of time, valuable property rights may be lost forever. Cannon Law, P.C. represents clients in all types of property disputes, including, but not limited to the following:
- Boundary Line Disputes
- Title Problems
- Restrictions on Use
- Joint Ownership Rights and Responsibilities
- Partition or Sale of Jointly Owned Property
- Easements and Interference with Easements
- Property Taxes
- Clearing of Title
- Zoning and Land Use
- Right of Access to Your Property
Hire a Property Attorney in North Carolina
With the click of a button, you will be one step closer to contacting a property attorney to help with your private property dispute. If you are in Asheville, Waynesville, Franklin, Sylva, Robbinsville, Bryson City, Murphy or other locations in North Carolina contact the property attorneys at Cannon Law, P.C. Click here to contact a property attorney in western North Carolina.