St. Charles, IL Property Law Attorneys
Easements and Real Estate Law in Kane County, Illinois
The attorneys at Bochte, Kuzniar & Navigato, P.C. have successfully handled countless easement cases. The creation, interpretation, enforcement, and termination of easement rights can have a profound effect on real property. A properly drafted and enforced easement can mean the difference between the success and failure of a high rise building, 100-plus unit residential project, or major infrastructure systems such as electrical, water supplies, and roads. In short, virtually any development or use of real estate can be affected by easements.
The attorneys at our law firm are adept at handling easement issues involving commercial and residential property. Our attorneys also handle easement disputes involving title, valuation, boundaries, scope of use, and much more.
Securing easement systems across real estate is crucial to the practical and efficient use and operation of our client’s real estate. Our Illinois attorneys have actively and successfully assisted our clients with these efforts, including electricity, natural gas, ingress, egress, driveway, reciprocal parking and other easement systems.
The attorneys at Bochte, Kuzniar & Navigato, P.C. are also leaders in representing property owners in eminent domain, valuation matters, and inverse condemnation. We defend the rights of private property to ensure just compensation throughout the state. Our firm supports the right of each property owner to use and enjoy his or her property. This right is subject only to the government’s power of eminent domain. When our clients face the loss of property to eminent domain, we will thoroughly investigate the necessity of the matter and fight to ensure the property owner receives the just compensation to which they are entitled under the law. We defend a variety of private owners, from homeowners and farmers to corporations, investors, and local businesses.
Assisting You with Any Property Law or Real Estate Matter
Easements can impact the value of your property tremendously or impede its full usage. Right-of-ways may be necessary to secure vital road systems, electric, natural gas, and more, but owners whose properties become the subject of eminent domain must receive full compensation. The property law attorneys at Bochte, Kuzniar & Navigato, P.C. represent property owners, businesses, and government entities in a wide variety of easement and right-of-way matters, including eminent domain. To schedule a consultation to discuss your case with one of our seasoned attorneys at our St. Charles, Illinois office, contact our law firm online or call us at 630-377-7770. We assist clients with property law throughout Illinois, including the areas of Fox Valley, St. Charles, Geneva, Elgin, Batavia, Aurora, Wheaton, DuPage County, Kane County, Kendall County, and DeKalb County.