Representing Land Owners In Complex Minnesota Eminent Domain Cases
Eminent domain is a time-honored way by which government bodies can assert control over private lands under the right circumstances. A city, county or state cannot assert control over your property for an unjustifiable purpose or without proper compensation to the landowner. Surely it is not right for your city, county or state to assert control over your property for the sake of an unjustifiable purpose, is it?
Know your rights as a landowner. It is wise to seek legal counsel as soon as discussions begin about a development project that may result in the seizure of your property so you can be protected along the way. Evenson Decker, P.A., in St. Cloud is a trustworthy advocate for private property owners as well as aspiring developers whose projects may depend on the use of eminent domain.
Get The Legal Counsel And Advocacy That You Need To Advance Your Position
If you are a property owner whose land may succumb to eminent domain no matter how much you fight against it, the next step is to fight for just compensation. This is especially important if your land may be taken for the sake of a public utility project or an endeavor such as the Minnesota Energy Connection project.
The sooner your eminent domain attorney(s) can start working toward the goal of getting fair compensation for you or getting a project altered to better accommodate your property rights, the better. With the right team on your side, you can present strong arguments in favor of why your land rights should be preserved and respected. We take cases all the way, even up to the United States Supreme Court to defend your property. Contact our eminent domain team at your earliest opportunity as soon as you realize that legal challenges are looming.
Contact Our Experienced Minnesota Eminent Domain Lawyers
Our eminent domain team has helped numerous residential and commercial property owners navigate associated legal challenges. They are proven litigators who achieve results for clients both in and out of the courtroom.