Assisting Landowners With Property Disputes

Whether you have lived next door to your neighbor for decades or have recently moved in, you would like to think you have a pretty good idea where your property begins and ends. You expect that your neighbor will be under the same impression about your property boundaries, but this is not always the case.

Imagine that you come home to see a brand new fence on what you thought was on your property. You question your neighbor who says that he put this fence up on his property, well within his property rights. You may disagree with what he says, and suddenly you find yourself headed toward a potential lawsuit because of the dispute.

How Can You Protect Your Property Rights?

At Gregersen Law, our attorney, Mark J. Gregersen, is also a licensed land surveyor in Utah. This practical, hands-on experience allows him to understand all of the issues involved in your property dispute. He knows the evidence that will need to be examined to successfully establish your property rights. Whether you are a residential or commercial property owner, we will be able to assist you with your claim. We help with a number of different types of property disputes, including:

  • Answering questions involving the exact boundaries of property by working together with experts to establish proper boundary lines
  • Addressing concerns related to easements - such as driveways - that are necessary for you to be able to access your property
  • Resolving disputes connected to damages resulting from a neighbor's actions on your property

In many property disputes, the landowners involved in the case do not know exactly where the boundaries to the property exist. They may be relying on incorrect documents or perhaps unofficial easements/allowances granted by prior landowners. Determining the boundary will make sure that you know exactly what options are available to you in your specific situation.

Schedule Your Free Consultation

If you need to assert or protect your property rights in a dispute, our lawyer can help you find a solution. Call our office at 801-430-9013 or toll free at 800-761-3016, or send us an email using our contact form. We have offices conveniently located in Salt Lake City and Clearfield.