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Top Guffey Eminent Domain Lawyers - Colorado

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  • Established in January, 2001, Butcher & Widlund, L.L.C., is a small firm dedicated to providing clients with unparalleled personal service at reasonable rates....

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  • The attorneys of Carver Schwarz McNab Kamper & Forbes, LLC, focus our practice in natural resources law and commercial litigation. Our partners are experienced, recognized practitioners in their various fields. This allows us to represent our clients efficiently and effectively in negotiating and documenting their commercial and financial transactions, in resolving their disputes and, in...

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    Taggart Howard began his legal career working for the Office of the District Attorney in the Fifth Judicial District in April of 1998. As a Deputy District Attorney for the Fifth Judicial District, Mr. Howard gained extensive trial experience. He managed the largest felony docket in the District which involved warrant approval, advisements, motions hearings, jury trials and sentencing hearings. He...

  • Packard and Dierking provides a full array of legal services to large and small businesses and individuals in the areas of Commercial Real Estate, Development and Land Use, Corporate/Transactional, General Business Counsel, Taxation and Estate Planning, Open Space and Conservation Easements, Environmental and Intellectual Property law. We offer a rare combination of legal expertise and business...

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    Our team at North Fork Law, LLC, based in Hotchkiss, Colorado, handles a range of civil and criminal issues. Though our law office is small, we provide clients with big-firm resources and representation. We offer one-on-one attention to people facing the following matters: Criminal law: sex offenses, drug crimes, DUI Estate planning: wills, trusts, guardianships, probate and estate administration...

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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