Top Auburn Eminent Domain Lawyers - Washington

The Law Office of Catherine C. Clark in Seattle, Washington, focuses on all aspects of real estate law while providing a full range of additional legal services as well. For over 22 years, attorney Clark has been providing superior advice, counsel and representation to her clients throughout the Seattle area. "We don't do easy" The law office's motto says it all. Attorney Clark knows...

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    The law office of McCarthy & Causseaux was founded in 1977 with the goal of providing compassionate legal representation to the residents of the Tacoma, Washington, area. Today, nearly 40 years later, our firm’s founding attorneys, along with the rest of our legal team, continue to work toward that very same goal. In the time since our firm was established, we have grown in both size and...

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    People who purchase a home or are caught in a property dispute in Seattle, Washington, often require the immediate assistance of an attorney. At Crowley Law Offices, P.S., we have appointments available on the weekends or in the evening, in addition to our regular hours, so that we can serve all of our clients’ needs. If they are unable to make it to our Seattle office, our legal team will drive...

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    At Daudt Law, we provide knowledgeable representation for business and partnership litigation in Seattle, Washington. Our law office advocates for businesses of all sizes and handles cases involving construction, real estate, insurance coverage and homeowners association matters. We also take on transactions such as business mergers, formations, leases, easements and real estate purchases. Our...

  • As the oldest law firm on the Eastside, the roots of Livengood Alskog can be traced to its founding member, Maury Powell, who began his law practice in Kirkland in 1935. Maury was the first full-time lawyer on the Eastside, opening an office in the Kirkland National Bank Building, at the corner of Lake Street and Kirkland Way. In 1952, Gordon Livengood joined the firm, then called Powell, Johnson...

Need help with an Eminent Domain issue?

You've come to the right place.  Whether you are a homeowner or a commercial property owner, an eminent domain lawyer may help challenge the government's authority to take your property for public use ("eminent domain" power).

Use FindLaw to hire a local eminent domain lawyer to challenge the government's need to take the property, or its valuation of the property for compensation purposes.


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