Learn more about the government’s process for acquiring property in Cook and the Collar counties.
Learn more about land acquisition by IDOT in the Chicago metropolitan area, including the Collar counties.
About The Firm
Learn more about the Law Office of Bryan P. Lynch, P.C.
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At the Law Office of Bryan P. Lynch, P.C., we handle all issues related to eminent domain and condemnation for businesses and individuals throughout the Chicago metropolitan area, including all of the Collar counties. Our extensive experience allows us to provide you with skilled guidance regarding the relocation and re-establishment of a business or home after a government taking. With over 18 years of experience, condemnation attorney Bryan Lynch has the depth of knowledge required to help you confidently navigate the legal process. We help clients identify their options so they can make the necessary decisions during what can be a stressful process.
Eminent Domain And Condemnation Lawyer
If the government threatens to take your property for public or private use pursuant to its eminent domain power, we fight to ensure your rights are protected, and that you receive the just compensation you deserve for the loss of your property and for any decrease in the value of your remaining property. Learn more at our eminent domain and condemnation page.
Relocation Claims If Your Property May Be Taken
If you anticipate that the government will use eminent domain to condemn your business or home and require you to relocate, we will help to ensure you receive all the benefits you are entitled to under the federal Uniform Relocation Act. For more information, see our relocation claims page.
Related 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 your business operations. We offer experienced counsel regarding the business and real estate issues that arise as a result of condemnation such as the purchase of replacement facilities, the review or preparation of real estate contracts and leases, and the documentation of a sale or other 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, which is not unusual in the condemnation process, and we help to ensure their rights are protected throughout the administrative and judicial processes.
For experienced representation in matters involving real property rights, including eminent domain and condemnation matters, contact the Law Office of Bryan P. Lynch, P.C., for a free initial consultation. Our office is open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, as well as early mornings, evenings and weekends by appointment.