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Protecting Your Property And Fighting For Your Best Interests

Real estate often represents some of the most significant and valuable assets you own. As you would for anything valuable to you, you need to take steps to protect it. Whether you are an individual residential homeowner or you own a commercial property and need help with land use laws, an experienced real estate attorney can help protect your interests.

At Higey Law LLC, lawyer Todd Higey has 25 years of experience representing individuals and businesses in Birmingham in a variety of real estate concerns. As a skilled litigator and seasoned negotiator, he will fight tirelessly for your best interests, from real estate transactions to disputes.

Helping You With A Wide Range Of Real Estate Concerns

From buying a commercial property to navigating complex boundary disputes, attorney Higey can provide sound legal guidance to help protect your property and financial interests. While you may not think you need the help of a lawyer during a real estate transaction, having experienced legal representation throughout the process can help save you time, money and problems down the road.

Mr. Higey can assist you with a wide range of real estate transactions and litigation concerns, including:

  • Commercial leasing
  • Zoning
  • Inverse condemnation
  • Easements and boundary disputes
  • Property purchases and sales

Alabama has specific laws relating to easements and adverse possession. An easement is an interest in property possessed by a nonowner. For example, an easement may allow a neighbor to use a road on your property. Other common types of easements include utility easements, public easements, easements by necessity and prescriptive easements.

Work With An Experienced Real Estate Attorney Today

If you have concerns about an easement or there is a dispute regarding your property, then you need an experienced lawyer to advocate for your best interests. Legal disputes regarding property rights can quickly become complicated and drawn out. Contacting an attorney as soon as possible will help protect your property rights and prevent further problems. To schedule a consultation with Mr. Higey, call his firm at 205-623-4774 or complete the online contact form.