HOUSTON EASEMENT ATTORNEY
Is someone trying to use your property illegally?
Legal disputes over easements are common. If you are involved in a property use dispute, call the legal team with proven experience. Murr Law, PLLC can represent you if a person or business is using your property without your permission. We have years of experience and know how to fight for the justice you deserve.
Looking to protect your property from trespassers? Call us at (713) 966-6140!
Look to Murr Law, PLLC for Your Easement Case
When your property is being encroached upon, you need a legal team you can trust behind you.
Here’s what makes our firm unique:
- Over 40 years of combined legal experience
- Commitment to the best outcomes for our clients
- We provide our personal mobile phone numbers to our clients
- 24 hour on-call availability
Call Murr Law, PLLC to get representation for your easement claim today! Our Houston office is prepared to provide the support and counsel you need.
Easement & Your Property
An easement is a legal right to use another’s land for a certain purpose. An electrical company, for example, may run wires under your property through an easement they possess.
Several types of easements exist, including:
- Utility easements: These involve water or electrical companies.
- Private easements: These can be sold by a property owner to use a path or driveway or for sewer or solar access.
- Necessary easements: These are unwritten, but can be legal if a person needs to cross your property to access their home.
- Prescriptive easements: These allow a person open and continuous use of someone’s property for a certain period of time.
If you believe another person is using your property without easement or that the easement was made improperly, call Murr Law, PLLC to stand up for your rights.
Get Qualified Legal Help to Handle Easement Issues
Sometimes a new homeowner will discover their neighbors are using their private property without permission and need legal help to resolve the problem. The problem can be especially complicated if there is nothing in writing, such as a deed or title, concerning the easement.
If you have questions about easements or are concerned that a person or business is using your property without your consent, call us today for a free case evaluation.