Charles's practice focuses on condemnation and valuation litigation, representing... more
Charles's practice focuses on condemnation and valuation litigation, representing private property owners in securing just compensation when government takes property for public use. Charles's principal practice is focused on highway and roadway expansion projects impacting retail, commercial, and industrial uses. Charles has been board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Ci... view profile
Dixon Montague's principal area of practice is real estate litigation with an... more
Dixon Montague's principal area of practice is real estate litigation with an emphasis on eminent domain, land use, and regulatory takings litigation. For the past thirty years, he has represented clients in condemnation, inverse condemnation, and land use and regulatory takings cases in both federal and state courts. He lectures on condemnation and other land use takings issues throughout the ... view profile
Ms. Carlisle assists clients in the acquisition and sale of real estate (both... more
Ms. Carlisle assists clients in the acquisition and sale of real estate (both unimproved and improved), the development and re-development of real property (including platting, replatting or amending a plat of various types of properties), the financing of the purchase (and refinancing) of real estate projects ranging in size from one hundred thousand dollars to tens of millions of dollars... view profile
Land use / zoning attorneys help you understand land use laws and zoning regulations, both of which concern how you use your land (for businesses, homes, farms, factories, etc.). Zoning regulations specify things such as how close together different types of buildings can be (for example, single-family homes versus high-rise apartment buildings), how far back from the sidewalk buildings must be set, how high you can build, and how much parking you need to provide. A land use / zoning attorney can determine which rules apply to your property and development activities, and whether you qualify for any exceptions to these rules.