San Mateo Boundary Dispute Lawyers
Our Northern California law firm provides effective, diligent representation for homeowners dealing with complex property disputes. Our extensive practice includes drafting easement agreements, as well as other boundary-related issues and disputes.
For assistance with boundary disputes, easements and encroachments, contact our law firm to schedule a consultation.
At Allen, Baker & Stephan, PC, our San Mateo, California, boundary dispute attorneys understand the financial hardships associated with encroachment. Tree roots, landslides and other soil movement issues can drastically affect your property and its value. We are committed to giving our clients a more complete understanding of their real estate litigation issues. We also strive to achieve effective resolutions during any stage of the litigation process, whether through mediation, arbitration or at trial.
Under California law, both sides are encouraged by the courts to resolve their issues through mediation. Our lawyers possess over 50 years of combined experience, including sophisticated litigation and trial experience. They are led by attorney Michael B. Allen, who has 36 years of experience handling real estate law matters. Together, they take a team approach to achieving each client’s goals. They will review every aspect of your situation to determine the best course of action.
Additionally, we follow a cost-effective approach to litigation and trial. We conduct a cost-benefit analysis for our clients to ensure that the high costs of litigation will be outweighed by the possible outcome of their cases. We only take cases to trial when it’s appropriate.
Our attorneys pursue favorable resolutions for our clients. We handle cases for those whose property is destroyed due to seasonal land shifts. We also represent landowners accused of encroachment and other issues. Our extensive boundary dispute practice includes complex issues involving:
- Property surveys
- Encroachment and trespassing
- Prescriptive easements
- Adverse possession
- Retaining walls
- Land movement
- Seasonal issues