Easement Dispute Lawyer San Diego
Property & Boundary Issues Attorney California
Many property owners believe they know where their property lines really are, or believe their access rights are secure. They may not have had a land survey. When a neighboring property owner conducts a survey, a boundary or easement dispute may be the result.
At the real estate law firm of Virginia H. Gaburo & Associates, attorney Virginia Gaburo offers over 20 years of sound representation to clients throughout the San Diego areas. Under her leadership, we handle commercial and residential transactions and other property-related issues, including boundary and easement disputes.
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To discuss your easement or boundary dispute with an experienced real estate lawyer, please call attorney Virginia H. Gaburo at 858-546-0183, or contact us online.
Our skilled property boundary disputes lawyer can help resolve disagreement between neighbors, over issues including:
- Drainage issues, from grading of lots that changes water drainage for neighbors, from digging pools or building terraces
- Encroachment conflicts involving landscaping, structures or fences that cross property lines between neighbors
- Spite fences built over ten feet tall or that serve no practical utility and are erected for the purpose of blocking views or inconveniencing a neighbor
- Disputes over set backs like sheds or improvements such as air conditioner units creating noise, or otherwise restricting a neighbor's enjoyment of his or her property
We handle easement disputes involving shared property that exists as part of the respective owners' deeds, such as a driveway. We can help you when there are no witnesses to the reasons why there is an easement, and the parties are left with only the language in the deeds to determine its scope and uses. We represent clients in adverse possession claims and claims of prescriptive property rights.
Our firm also assists clients obtain access easements to land-locked property. Access disputes can involve potentially lucrative, undeveloped land that is surrounded by other peoples' property and has no road access, or that has environmental issues, such as wildlife habitats, that prevent the installation of access roads.
To schedule a confidential consultation to discuss how we can help with an easement or boundary dispute, please call attorney Gaburo at 858-546-0183, or, if you prefer, you may fill out our intake form and we will contact you.
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