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Litigation

Macomber Law knows:

  • Access issues
  • Adverse possession
  • Boundary disputes
  • Easements
  • Encroachments
  • Quiet title actions

Macomber Law does not enter into litigation on your behalf lightly. Litigation is expensive and takes an emotional toll. We first produce a Legal Opinion Letter outlining your legal position so you have a roadmap of what you are committing to, so you can make an informed decision about whether to pursue litigation or not.

Next, we exhaust all possible courses of action to resolve your matter before relying on court action.

If nothing else works, Macomber Law will aggressively pursue court action to force resolution of your matter. You will be kept apprised of all court dates, receive all relevant documentation, and be involved in all critical decisions.

Macomber Law cannot guarantee the outcome of your case, no one can. However, we can guarantee that we'll do everything in our power to pursue your interests to the fullest extent of the law.

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Articles

PowerPoint: Regan v. Owen – Foreclosure of Easements via Tax Deeds

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Advocate Article: The Belt and Suspenders Approach to Easement Cases

Published in the Idaho State Bar Advocate Magazine, Mar/Apr 2015 by Travis J. Sorenson When filing a case to enforce an easement, you should always use the belt and suspenders approach by pleading alternative theories. This article discusses the basic theories of easement law to provide options for attorneys who do not generally practice real property…