Eminent Domain Advocates is dedicated to making certain residential, commercial real estate or undeveloped land owners get properly compensated if their property is subject to eminent domain.
The government has the ability to take private property for public use through a process known as eminent domain. Eminent domain most frequently involves a federal, state, county or city government that is constructing new roads, public buildings or acquiring a property/properties for any other type of public use.
- A complete taking of a residential or commercial property by the government via eminent domain
- A partial taking of a commercial property via eminent domain thus rendering the property less valuable.
- A temporary taking of a commercial property where the owner is compensated by the government while the construction is ongoing.
- Important note: In most instances the attorneys we suggest will take these cases on contingency basis which means they do not get paid unless there is a settlement.
The taking of private property by the government’s power of eminent domain can be horrific for the property owner, especially if they deprive them of proper compensation. The government has access to skilled eminent domain lawyers working for them. So should you.
The government must pay just compensation which is the Fair Market Value of your property.
If you ignore the government’s first notice of eminent domain and you do not immediately retain the services of a very skilled and experienced eminent domain attorney there is a very good chance you will not get properly compensated for the loss or taking of your property.
If you are a property owner in this situation, please call before it’s too late.