If you are facing a dispute over an easement, or property line, the lawyers at the Law Office of Carolyn C. Phillips, APC. have the in-depth legal knowledge of the various ways an easement can arise whether it be expressed, implied, prescriptive, or equitable and the experience necessary to get the matter resolved as quickly as possible. After examining the particulars of your property, we will provide you with an in-depth explanation of the facts and the laws that apply to the particular facts of your case and work with you to develop a strategy that works best to pursue the outcome you wish to achieve. Call our office today to schedule a consultation.
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When complications arise between a landowner and the easement holder, you should seek legal advice before confronting the other party. Remember that, oftentimes, the person on the other side of the dispute is an adjoining landowner and neighbor who will continue to own the property long after the dispute has been resolved. Therefore, you want to hire an attorney that has the ability to resolve the problems without destroying the neighborly relationship, if that is possible.
The Law Office of Carolyn C. Phillips, APC. has worked with many landowners to resolve their property line disputes whether it be simply to communicate with the neighbor and draft an agreed to easement for recording to protecting your property in court because the other party believes they have a right to either own, possess, or use the property you own as they wish.
An easement does not mean the owner of the easement owns your property, but that the other party has, somehow, acquired a right to cross over the land, or use it for a specific purpose. Easements can be for utility lines, ingress and egress, roadways, landscaping, the taking of lumber, or even an ocean view.
Claims to easements and the interpretation of recorded easements are often the source of misunderstandings and neighbor disputes. If an easement document, which is essentially a contract between two property owners, is not properly drafted, you can end up in court. Whether you have an easement claim on another’s property or someone claims to have rights to your, our lawyers will evaluate the specifics of your case, educate you on the law that applies in your case, and guide you through the legal process to get your property issues resolved.
We provide expert legal counsel for the following types of easement issues:
- Adverse possession
- Quiet title actions
The Law Office of Carolyn C. Phillips, APC. will try to help you resolve your matter without court intervention, however, if we are unable to resolve your matter, we have the background and experience to litigate the matter through trial if necessary. Call our office today and we can get started working on your case.
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Real property disputes often surround the home that you have worked so hard for and can cause intense emotional distress. At the Law Office of Carolyn C. Phillips, APC., we understand that and will work with you to resolve the legal issues.
If you have questions regarding easements, property line disputes, or any aspect of real estate law, then call our law offices today to schedule an appointment.
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The Law Office of Carolyn C. Phillips, APC., handles easement disputes in Ventura County, Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley and all surrounding areas.