Do we need an attorney for an eminent domain case?
1 attorney answer
My suggestion is that you get an appraisal immediately. Find out who the best, most respected appraiser in the county is and hire them. Then consult an attorney when you get the state's offer. If the states offer is in line with your appraisal then there's probably not a lot to fight over. With regard to the lawyer, go to courthouse and the county zoning office and ask who the best condemnation litigator is.
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