Land Use/ Zoning

Indiana Land Use & Zoning

Whether it is your home, a second home or a vacation home, few people willingly accept any interference in the enjoyment of their personal properties. Most people consider retaining complete control over what is done with their properties as part of the definition of owning property.

Unfortunately, disputes between property owners occur, and government regulation can intervene to limit your ability to do with your property as you choose. When these situations occur, secure the counsel of experienced legal representation to defend your property rights.

Effective Property Rights Protection

Conflicts can arise between property owners and between property owners and different government agencies. These conflicts may be based on such issues as:

  • Border disputes
  • Easements
  • Rights of way
  • Access to property
  • Use issues (what you do on your land)
  • Riparian rights (water issues)
  • Water access for landlocked property