Los Angeles Easements Lawyers
California Property Dispute Lawyers
An easement on a property means that another party has the right to use part of that property. Creation of a prescriptive easement can be a method to resolve a boundary dispute. Government agencies and utility companies also commonly get easements to use properties for specific purposes, such as laying a power line. If you are interested in getting an easement or fighting an easement, DiJulio Law Group can assist you.
For an initial consultation with one of our Los Angeles easements attorneys,
contact us at (818) 502-1700.
Clients in Southern California and Montana benefit from the more than 35 years of experience that our lawyers offer. Our knowledge and experience is provided with a commitment to personal attention, meaning your easement case will be handled personally by one of our experienced lawyers, who will work with you from start to finish.
If an encroachment exists for a significant amount of time without being contested by the property owner, a prescriptive easement may be granted that allows the encroacher to continue using the property. For example, if a property owner built a fence a decade ago and the neighbor has now discovered that the fence is several feet past the actual boundary line and decides to contest, a prescriptive easement may be granted that allows the fence to remain.
Easements come in many forms, from view easements to implied easements to easements created by deed. Our lawyers can assist with every matter related to easements. Whether you are concerned with an existing easement and looking for options to have it removed or you are interested in seeking a prescriptive easement to resolve a boundary dispute that has just arisen, you can be confident on our ability to find a strategy that works for you.
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