Eminent Domain Services
Eminent domain is the government’s constitutional authority to take private property. Condemnation is the process by which the government exercises eminent domain.
In a typical condemnation, the government openly exercises its eminent domain power by taking private property, and then compensates the property owner.
Property Tax Appeals
Property tax is determined by two factors, valuation and classification. Property valuation and classification are determined by the county assessor’s office, which assesses every property in the county on an annual basis.
Land Use Litigation
Land use law covers a wide range of complex legal issues, each of which are particularly relevant to property owners, developers, and investors.
Valuation lies at the center of condemnation law. Property owners are compensated based on the property’s fair market value, and diminution to that value.
Contact Us Immediately
- If the government or a government entity contacts you regarding property it plans to obtain
- If you receive an offer for compensation from the government regarding property you own
- If the government is trying to discuss any aspect of taking your property
- If the government condemns or takes a part, or all of your property