Chicago Attorney Protecting Real Property Rights
Eminent Domain • Condemnation • Relocation Claims • Real Estate and Business Transactions
Whether you are being forced to sell your property to the government as a result of a condemnation proceeding or are dealing with a real estate or business law transaction, turn to an experienced lawyer dedicated to finding effective and expeditious solutions to your legal problem.
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At the Law Office of Bryan P. Lynch, P.C., we handle all matters related to eminent domain and condemnation for businesses and individuals in Chicago and the collar counties. As your "one-stop" real property law firm, we also provide skilled guidance regarding relocation and the re-establishment of a home or business after a government taking. With over 15 years of experience, Attorney Bryan Lynch has the depth of knowledge to help you confidently navigate the legal process. We help clients identify their options, so they can make the best-informed decisions during what often times can be a stressful process.
Chicago Eminent Domain and Condemnation Attorney
If your property is threatened with being taken for public or private use pursuant to the government's eminent domain power, we ensure that your rights are protected, that the government has properly exercised its condemnation authority, and that you receive just compensation for the loss of your property. See our Eminent Domain and Condemnation page to learn more.
Relocation Claims If Your Property May BeTaken
If you anticipate that your home, investment property, business property or leased space may be taken or substantially affected in an eminent domain proceeding, we will help ensure that you receive all the benefits that you are entitled to under the federal Uniform Relocation Act. For more information, see our Relocation Claims page.
Real Estate and Business Transactions
If your business has been forced to relocate because of a taking by the government, you have important decisions to make about whether and how to continue business operations. We offer experienced counsel for the business and real estate issues that arise as a result of condemnation, including acquisition of replacement facilities, review and preparation of real estate contracts and leases, and documentation for the sale or disposition of business assets. Learn more by visiting our Real Estate and Business Transactions page.
In addition, we represent clients who have been cited with municipal code violations and ensure that their rights are protected throughout the administrative and judicial processes.
For experienced representation in matters involving real property rights arising out of eminent domain or condemnation proceedings, contact the Law Office of Bryan P. Lynch, P.C., for a free initial consultation. The office is open from 9 am until 5 pm, Monday through Friday, and evenings and weekends by appointment.