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Eminent Domain Lawyer in Houston

Trying to defend your property from the government?

If the government is attempting to purchase your property from you, the seasoned attorneys at Murr Yanochik, PLLC can stand up for you. If you are unwilling to sell or feel the government is not offering adequate compensation for your property, be sure to seek legal counsel right away.

Is the government exercising eminent domain against you?
Call Murr Yanochik at (888) 281-0945!

Why Trust Murr Yanochik, PLLC with your case?
Our firm stands apart from other firms in how we prioritize our client's needs.

We proudly offer our clients the following:

  • Free case evaluations
  • 24-hour on call service
  • Access to our personal mobile phone numbers
  • More than four decades of combined legal experience
  • Effective legal representation

It is critical to have legal representation as soon as possible in an eminent domain case, so don't wait to speak with our experienced team at Murr Yanochik, P.L.L.C.!

What is eminent domain?

Eminent domain is a power granted to the government, which allows them to take the private property of citizens and businesses for public use. The U.S. Constitution requires that the land be for public purposes and that the government pay adequate or just compensation to the landowner for their property.

Common public uses in the state of Texas can include:

  • Highways
  • Drainage projects
  • Pipelines
  • Water treatment plants
  • Electric transmission lines
  • Schools
  • Parking lots
  • Renewable energy zones

What am I owed for my property?

Landowners, by law, are owed just compensation for what they own. This is determined by the market value of the property and what a willing buyer and seller would agree on for your property in the marketplace. You are allowed to put forth evidence of what you believe the price should be in front of a court-appointed panel of three Special Commissioners.

If you believe the government's offer for your property was unfair or you are unwilling to sell your property, Murr Yanochik, PLLC can challenge the government in court and argue that they are not offering just compensation.

If you have questions about eminent domain or need a professional legal team to defend you, call Murr Yanochik today.