Alaska Eminent Domain Law Firm
Eminent domain is the power of the government to take private property for public use, in return for just compensation. What exactly constitutes public use and what amount of compensation are two of the major issues in any attempted exercise of eminent domain. Dillon & Findley understands the delicate balance of interests at play in any exercise of eminent domain.
Our attorneys have extensive experience with valuation issues and provide legal assistance in determining just compensation under art. I. § 18 of the Alaska Constitution. Fair market value is recognized by the Alaska Supreme Court as the primary method of measuring just compensation, but other measures may apply in certain circumstances.
At Dillon & Findley, our attorneys examine all aspects of a proposed eminent domain taking and provide guidance on the legal issues. We help our clients evaluate the costs and benefits of all available strategies and set realistic goals for negotiation and litigation.
Contact our meticulous Anchorage eminent domain attorneys
For eminent domain representation, call Dillon & Findley, P.C. at 907-277-5400 or contact us online to schedule a consultation. From our office in Anchorage, we represent clients throughout Alaska