Skilled Eminent Domain & Condemnation Counsel
Helping property owners protect their investment when the government seeks to take their property.
The Law Office of Bryan P. Lynch, P.C. is one of the premier law firms specializing in the protection of property owners’ constitutional right to just compensation when confronted by the government’s power of eminent domain in Illinois. Our firm is guided by the principle that “property must be secured, or liberty cannot exist,” as one of our nation’s founding fathers, John Adams, plainly stated.
Clients can trust that the future of their property investment, whether commercial, industrial, agricultural, or residential, is in the knowledgeable, experienced and skillful hands of Bryan. For over 20 years, Bryan has adeptly leveraged Illinois laws and the legal process to defend the private property rights of his clients, effectively and efficiently maximizing the compensation paid to them as required by both the Illinois Constitution and the United States Constitution. The Law Office of Bryan P. Lynch, P.C. serves its eminent domain, condemnation, and relocation clients in the Chicagoland area, including Cook, Lake, DuPage, McHenry, Will, Kane, and Kendall counties.
We believe protecting the constitutional right to own, use and freely enjoy property is integral to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, necessary to preserve freedom, and creates the ability to shape one’s destiny.
We defend the constitutional private property rights of our clients, including the right to fair and full just compensation, helping to protect their private property investments.
We value honesty in communication, effectiveness and efficiency in our performance, and dedication in serving our clients’ needs.
Learn about condemnation, the legal process by which a government can take a portion or all of your property when exercising its power of eminent domain.
Learn about the special condemnation process when IDOT or the Tollway take a portion or all of your property.
Learn the differences between partial takings, including temporary and permanent easements, full takings, and non-traditional types of takings and how each type can affect a property owner.
“Very impressive results achieved in our eminent domain case by the Law Office of Bryan P. Lynch, P.C. Mr. Lynch and his staff were very knowledgeable with a great amount of expertise related to our case… I was very impressed with how prepared Mr. Lynch and his associates were in court as well as their professional conduct in the courtroom.”