Good Fences And Not So Good Neighbors: Property Law 101

Good Fences And Not So Good Neighbors: Property Law 101

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  • 5 Options For A Child Custody Arrangement

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  • How Can You Pursue Payments After Being Involved In A Minor Motor Vehicle Crash? Find Out

    Some minor motor vehicle crashes may not cause serious injuries that require compensation. However, others might cause significant bodily harm that negatively affects the victims' lives. For this reason, you should not assume that you're not entitled to get a payment until you have discussed your case with an attorney. This consultation will enable you to learn what steps will protect your right to receive compensation if you pursue it. Some of the measures your attorney may recommend include the following:

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Good Fences And Not So Good Neighbors: Property Law 101

If you've recently moved into a new house and your neighbors are claiming you've infringed on their property line with your new fence, you may not know what to do. Sure, the idea of contacting a lawyer can be intimidating, but if your neighbors are insistent that you're on their property and you can't prove otherwise, an attorney may be the best choice. I created this site to help people just like you understand the laws surrounding property boundaries, real estate claims, and similar issues. I hope that the information here will give you some clarity as to whether or not you need to consult an attorney to protect your interests.