Resolving Boundary And Title Disputes For Greater Bay Area Homeowners

When a neighbor thinks your land is their land, you may have a boundary dispute — and an encroachment case. You need to know exactly where your property line starts and where it ends. Our seasoned real estate lawyers in Northern California can assist you with every detail of defending your property.

Attorneys For Easement And Boundary Issues

At the San Jose office of Lawrence R. Jensen & Associates, we have the experience to help protect your rights in boundary and title disputes. Real estate attorney Lawrence R. Jensen has guided clients on easements and other types of real estate law matters for over 30 years. Attorney Jensen and his team of legal professionals are highly knowledgeable and will work diligently for you. Contact the firm today to get started.

Evaluating Property Disputes

We work with clients to resolve boundary disputes and easement agreements in the Greater Bay Area. We understand how difficult a disagreement can be with neighbors. Let our knowledgeable attorneys help. Our cases include disputes regarding driveways, shared fences and retaining walls.

Our work includes representing clients with many property challenges, including:

  • Boundary or property line disputes
  • Easements
  • Encroachment
  • Rights of way
  • Landslides
  • Prescriptive rights

Your property rights are important to us. We will review your personal situation and offer options for a quick and cost-effective resolution. Our client-focused approach provides customized attention, and our knowledgeable legal advocate, experienced in all law areas relating to real estate, adds value to the case. If needed, we will go to court to protect the land and property you own.

Contact A San Jose Attorney For A Consultation

Are you disagreeing with a neighbor on a property-related concern in Santa Clara County? Our lawyers would be happy to meet with you and assess your case. To schedule your consultation, call the firm at 408-899-2510 or contact us online.

Rates are reduced for the first hour.