Whether you’ve lived on the same property for six years or your family has owned the same plot of land for more than 60 years, if a condemning authority approaches you and says that they’re going to take your property, you may not be too happy about it.
If your property is “condemned”—or seized—for public or commercial use, you have rights. It’s important to be aware of your rights and to have an experienced North Carolina attorney on your side to help protect your best interests.
HensonFuerst is here to help you get the fair treatment you deserve. You don’t have to face government entities and large corporations alone. Our North Carolina eminent domain lawyers want to stand up for your rights.
Call us today at (866) 777-1170 or complete a free initial consultation form, and find out what we can do to get you the maximum value for your property.
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