Find The Right Solution With Your Easement Dispute With The Help Of A Seasoned Trial Lawyer
For homeowners’ associations, condominium associations and individuals, easement conflicts are common.
Easements can easily be confused with other legal concepts such as licenses, covenants, equitable servitude and adverse possession. Answering a few questions can help you determine if you have an easement dispute:
- Are you in a dispute with a with a new neighbor or nearby landowner who has tried to restrict your right to use land?
- Is a new nearby owner trying to change the way an existing easement is handled?
- Are you landlocked?
If you answered yes to any of the above, you may have an easement dispute. However, deciding whether litigation is necessary or best serves a homeowners’ association, condominium or individual owner is not easy. To be safe, consulting with a lawyer who has a reputation for knowing this area of law and understands litigation is crucial.
Almost 30 Years Of Legal Experience On Your Side
San Diego-based trial lawyer Gregory M. Garrison has almost 30 years of experience litigating complex cases, some of which involved HOA and condominium associations disputes.
Gregory M. Garrison is familiar with the courtroom, but also knows how to resolve cases via alternative dispute resolution including mediation and arbitration.
Learn About Your Legal Options Today
Picking the right lawyer up front can save a lot of money over the course of a disagreement and can be the difference between winning and losing.
Call 619-798-9501 or complete a simple online form to schedule a consult with Gregory M. Garrison today to talk further about your specific circumstances. Consultations are free. Choosing the wrong lawyer isn’t.