North Carolina Quick-Take Action Attorneys
The government has the power pursuant to North Carolina General Statute Chapter 136 to file a lawsuit (condemnation) against you that takes all or part of your property from you at the exact moment it is filed. You may find yourself having to move or adapt to the taking on short notice. Get advice from experienced eminent domain lawyers as early in the process as possible. Our advice, perspective and experience will be useful to you when you find yourself in a crisis.
Taking Immediate Possession Of Your Real Property
When the Department of Transportation and some cities condemn your land pursuant to North Carolina General Statute Chapter 136, the title to all or part of the property in question changes hands the moment the condemning agency files a lawsuit and deposits its estimate of just compensation. You can have the estimated just compensation and continue to pursue getting more compensation from the government. To do this, you will want experienced eminent domain lawyers. At the NC Eminent Domain Law Firm, our skilled lawyers are available to North Carolina property owners throughout the state.
Our firm works for you on a contingency fee basis. If we don't get you more than what the government offered you for your property, we don't recover an attorney's fee.
Condemnation Action Lawyers For All North Carolina
An experienced NC Eminent Domain Law Firm attorney may be able to help you save your land or fight for the full compensation for your property. Call toll free at 877-393-4990 today for a no-cost case evaluation or describe your situation using this online form.