Is the government trying to take your property via eminent domain? If so, a skilled attorney can help determine if you have the ability to take any action. an Austin attorney can explain to you your rights and explain the rights that the government may have.
Eminent Domain is the Power of the government to seize private property for public use, such as highways, railroads, and buildings. The Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution imposes certain limitations on eminent domain. An attorney can answer any questions you may have regarding the eminent domain process.
Finding the perfect Austin Eminent Domain Attorney is easy using the LawInfo Lawyer Directory. Our directory lists experienced and ethical professionals to help you through your legal issues.
Please note, when searching for a Austin Eminent Domain law firm do not limit your search to just your surrounding area. Eminent Domain falls under a type of federal case that attorneys across the country can handle. This means if you expand your search to surrounding areas you'll significantly increase your options. Consider speaking with Eminent Domain Attorneys in Oak Hill, Round Rock, Garfield, Elgin, or even Georgetown
If you expand your search for Austin representation by 50 miles you will find 6 additional Eminent Domain Attorneys and law firms. Expanding your search by 100 miles results in an additional 13 options. 150 miles from Austin nets you an additional 13 options.
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