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Easement Lawyer Parker, CO

Easement Lawyer Parker, CO

Innocent confusion over easements can quickly turn into a bitter dispute between neighbors, residential or corporate. Land use disputes, which the legal team at Volpe Law LLC is intimately familiar with, involve both practical elements and personal feelings. Feeling protective and proprietary over real property you believe is yours is normal. If you’re involved in an easement dispute, you may need legal advice to help you find a solution that works for both parties. Should that fail, however, a Parker, CO, easement lawyer can help you sort out complicated boundary issues in court.

We offer strong advocacy for property owners caught in easement disputes and an intimate knowledge of applicable Colorado laws to provide insightful advice. Contact our offices today for a consultation.

How Can a Parker Easement Lawyer Help Me?

An easement permits one party to use another’s real property for a specific purpose. Circumstances in which an easement is necessary vary. In some situations, a property owner may purchase a piece of property without knowing the previous owner permitted an easement or the courts established one. Other times, a surveyor error may cause a property dispute or reveal the need for an easement so both property owners can access and enjoy their land.

Our attorneys have extensive experience dealing with boundary and property disputes, large and small. Some of the more common easement cases we handle involve:

  • Shared driveways
  • Shared fences
  • Shared walkways to mailboxes
  • Utility access on private property
  • Emergency vehicle access roads on private property

Whether you require an easement on another’s property, wish to prevent an easement on your property, or need legal protections in place to limit an easement, we’re the team you can count on. We’re dedicated to protecting your interests.

Colorado Easement Laws You Should Know About

Before you take legal action regarding an easement, it’s important to understand the Colorado property laws that apply and the types of easements permitted in the Centennial State.

An express easement is one established by contract. In all practical matters, it functions as a deed and is recorded as such. However, if the contract isn’t specific enough and the rights of one or both parties are unclear, problems may arise. Or perhaps the easement is abandoned, and the courts must rule on its scope and whether it may be transferred.

An implied easement, on the other hand, is not recorded. Rather, it’s based on a mutually agreed-upon use or promises made to permit limited access. Implied easements may also arise from adverse possession. Disputes over implied easements arise more frequently than express easements, as there may be contention over whether the easement actually existed.

Do You Need Help With an Easement in Colorado?

Are you in the middle of a disputed easement and need help resolving the issue? Whether you prefer to settle the matter out of court, in mediation, or through other negotiations, or you feel it’s appropriate to take legal action, a Parker easement lawyer from Volpe Law LLC can help protect your interests. Contact us today to get started.

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