North Carolina Land Condemnation and Eminent Domain Attorneys
Whether you’re a new homeowner or your family has owned the same land for generations, we understand how frustrating and costly it is to lose the rights to your property. You need a law firm with the knowledge and resources to guide you through the complex processes of eminent domain, land condemnation, and other land seizures.
Henson Fuerst is a North Carolina-based law firm with more than 150 years of combined legal experience. We’re versed in the land condemnation, eminent domain, and property rights issues that affect our neighbors across the state—and our legal team is ready to provide the personalized representation you deserve.
Property Rights, Zoning, and Land-Use Planning
In addition to eminent domain and land condemnation matters, our attorneys also regularly assist clients in zoning and land-use planning matters, including:
- Rezoning Requests
- Zoning Violations & Variances
- Appeals of Zoning Ordinances
- Conditional Use Permits
- Land Subdivision
- Solar Farm Development
These matters can impact the use, value, sale, and development of real property. Our attorneys work with property owners throughout the process to coordinate and retain engineers and experts, meet with local planning managers, and appear before governmental bodies.
We’re Here to Help
If you’re facing land condemnation—or the seizure of your home, business, church, or farm under eminent domain—you don’t have to face the government or big corporations alone. The experienced eminent domain and land condemnation attorneys at Henson Fuerst protect the rights of property owners across North Carolina—and we want to help you too. Call Henson Fuerst at 866-821-3146 or complete our free initial consultation form.
When you call, you will speak with one of our experienced North Carolina eminent domain and land condemnation attorneys absolutely FREE. Attorneys David Henson and Anne Duvoisin are committed to protecting the rights of property owners facing Land Condemnation.
Call Henson Fuerst, Because Your Case Matters