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Resolving Complicated Survey Disputes Between Landowners

You may have owned your property for decades. You believe you have a clear understanding of where your property ends and the property of your neighbor begins. In some circumstances, commonly accepted boundaries may not actually be correct. These errors can sometimes cause significant disputes between neighboring landowners, leading to serious legal problems for the parties involved.

The attorneys at the Law Office of David C. Winton, work with property owners throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Novato, Sacramento and across the I-80 corridor, including Lake Tahoe, to solve problems regarding boundary lines. With over six decades of combined legal experience, we know what to do to help you establish boundary lines or protect your property in a survey dispute.

Finding The Right Solution For You

We know how important it is for you to protect your property and the resources connected to your land. Anything that potentially infringes upon your ability to enjoy your property in full, such as a dispute over the boundary of your property, can have lasting consequences if not addressed in a timely manner. Issues we can help with include:

  • Reviewing the title to uncover any defects
  • Working with surveyors to get an accurate reflection of the property boundaries
  • Acquiring easements or other means of access to certain property
  • Litigating any disputes that head inside the courtroom

Whether you are seeking to enforce a boundary or prevent a neighbor from taking property that you believe to be yours, we are well-suited to solve the problem for you. With practical, hands-on experience in these cases, we are committed to settling disputes in a manner that makes sense for all parties involved, with as little impact as possible on those who own the property.

Let Our Lawyers Help You Find Answers

If you and your neighbors are involved in a complicated dispute regarding the boundary of your property, our attorneys can answer any questions you may have about your case. Call our office at 415-985-2111 or send us an email to schedule your free consultation.

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