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Depend on Us as Your Advocates Throughout the Condemnation Process
Local, state, and federal governments can size private property for public use. Property owners receive compensation, but the process is often both stressful and full of uncertainty.
Equipped with an understanding of the complexities and loopholes in this specialized area of real estate law, our attorneys will advocate for you. We’ll use our knowledge and decades of experience to fight to protect your rights.
If you require help with legal matters associated with a condemnation, our real estate attorneys can help. We look out for your best interests by:
We represent clients at administrative hearings and special commissioners’ hearings. We can recommend appraisers who have experience appraising condemned properties and testifying to their valuations. We’ll also pursue your case until we’ve obtained the compensation to which you’re entitled.
Our attorneys listen.
In order to gain an understanding of your needs and see if we can help, we set up a conversation. Once we can assess your situation and define the legal services and guidance you require, you have the opportunity to establish an attorney-client relationship.
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Since 1976, we’ve been serving individuals, businesses, and communities through the greater Lehigh Valley. Learn more about us.
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Certain services, like document signings and notarizations, may require your in-person presence.