Misunderstandings over zoning, easements, boundary disputes, and land development can lead to significant financial losses and bitter feuds that can go on for years. Choosing the right lawyer to represent your interests is vital.
When you call on the attorneys of Robinson & Henry, led by lead real estate litigator Don “Corky” Eby, you connect with experienced negotiators who are familiar with Colorado land-use laws and experienced in defending developers, landowners, and local government entities. Well-known in the Douglas County real estate community, Don is a member of the Castle Rock Board of Adjustment. He understands the intricacies involved in land-use lawsuits, is familiar with the appeals process and has a successful track record of winning for his land-use clients.
You’ll feel comfortable with Don right away. When you sit down to discuss your case, he’ll put you at ease with his considerate and thoughtful approach to your situation. He is a good listener and an outstanding negotiator who will effectively represent your interests around the conference table, or if necessary, in a courtroom.
Call on the land use litigators at Robinson & Henry for help with:
- Zoning disputes
- Boundary challenges
- Easement and right of way issues
- Development and construction challenges
Our attorneys are also adept at representing landowners and developers in projects that are denied approval. We can draft your proposal for a zoning change and represent you before the local zoning authority.
Don’t agonize about your land use concerns the attorneys of Robinson and Henry can help. For a case assessment call (303) 688-0944. Once you’ve shared your concerns with Mr. Eby, he’ll advise you on your options for resolving the situation and help you arrive at a plan of action.
Robinson & Henry Land Use Representation throughout the Front Range, including:
- Castle Rock
- Greenwood Village
- Highlands Ranch
- Lone Tree
- Adams County
- Arapahoe County
- Denver County
- Douglas County
- Elbert County
- El Paso County
- Jefferson County