Shelby Eminent Domain Lawyer

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Shelby Eminent Domain Attorney

Eminent domain cases arise when the government is attempting to take land for public use. The government may take property for any number of reasons, including the expansion of a road or park, the installation of power lines, the construction of a bridge or other public purposes. To take land, the government must establish a public purpose and necessity.

If the government is attempting to take your land, protect your rights by retaining an experienced real estate attorney at The Schweppe Law Firm, P.A.. We can challenge the government’s taking by arguing that the government does not have a valid public purpose or necessity. If the government has legitimate grounds for taking your land, we can negotiate or litigate on your behalf to seek maximum value for your property.

For assistance, call 704-487-7204. From our office in Shelby, we serve clients across western North Carolina.

We Will Protect Your Rights

We understand that property owners often feel helpless when faced with the immense power of the state. However, you have rights.

With decades of legal experience, our attorneys have helped countless clients protect their property rights. We have experience representing residential and commercial property owners in condemnation cases where the government is seeking to take land through the power of eminent domain. As a client of our firm, you will have a strong advocate on your side.

Don’t Let The Government Push You Around

It can be intimidating to have the government tell you it is taking your land, house or building. The value they offer is often much lower than the true value of the property. We want to ensure you understand you have the right to fight or negotiate. To schedule a free consultation and find out what your options are call our office at 704-487-7204. Speak with a lawyer who can tell you what your next steps are. You can also send us a brief description of what is happening over website email.