Land Use & Zoning Attorneys Wilkes-Barre, PA
Trusted by Landowners & Developers Since 1971
We will give you the best chance of success with our proven track record. By gathering all related evidence, we can create a thorough, convincing argument. We will help you obtain any required permits or authorizations for land development projects.
Common Zoning & Land Use Issues
If you are purchasing, leasing, or developing Pennsylvania real estate, it is important to understand zoning and land use issues. Developers and property owners must ensure they remain in compliance with regulations involving:
- Special or conditional uses
- Subdivisions and land developments
- Compliance with comprehensive plans
- Floodplain management
The difficulty lies in the fact that laws and regulations vary by county, town, and city.
- Land Use
- Process Improvements
- Environmental Matters
- Wetland Matters
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Avoid Unnecessary Complications
Real estate issues may cause complications resulting from access rights, encroachments, easements, and rights of way. It is helpful to work with an experienced commercial real estate attorney when it comes to managing these issues. Our attorneys can help resolve the issue outside of court and assist you in negotiations.
If necessary, we will represent you before a state or local agency, providing you with the guidance you need for the best possible results when facing administrative agencies.
Let Our Attorneys Represent You in Your Development Project
We will present your case in a persuasive manner and assure all details are accurately reported. Our attorneys represent clients in cases of land use, easements, zoning, process improvements and environmental or wetland matters. You can rest assured that we will obtain the required permits and authorization for you so you can move ahead with your project.
We will analyze your unique case, including documents such as deeds, maps, plats, and surveys, as well as the circumstances of the dispute, the history of the property’s ownership, and any other relevant information. We strive to reach a settlement with the other party that protects your interests. However, if this is not possible, we will take the matter to court. Our extensive experience in boundary dispute litigation allows us to understand how the court may view your case and to present the evidence in a manner that provides you with the best chance of success.