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Boundary Disputes Attorneys

San Antonio, Texas

The land you have purchased for your business represents a significant investment. When questions arise regarding the parameters of that property, you need a lawyer who will represent you and protect that investment. We at Escamilla, Poneck & Cruz, LLP represent clients caught up in boundary disputes. No matter how we choose to approach your case, you can rely upon our strong client fidelity and our supportive representation.

 

Our Approach to Resolving Boundary Disputes

Our first priority in resolving your boundary dispute involves gaining an accurate picture of the situation. First, we need to get an accurate survey of the property. To do this we examine county deed records as well as the title history. This gives us an idea of how the land had been measured in its history of ownership. The survey is performed based on this research.

 

Litigation, Mediation and Arbitration

Sometimes litigation is unavoidable. In some cases, parties simply cannot come to resolution on their own. For this reason, we at Escamilla, Poneck & Cruz prepare each case as if it were going to court. This level of preparedness ensures that you will get the representation you deserve should your case go to court. We will also inform you of your options. Alternative dispute resolution may be the best way to resolve a boundary dispute. We are happy to coordinate a mediation or arbitration hearing to help you settle matters out of court. We always look for ways to save you time and money.

 

 

To schedule an appointment with a commercial real estate attorney.We provide ethical, energetic, and above all effective, legal services to business clients throughout South Texas. We look forward to represent you in your boundary dispute.

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