Dean Mead’s attorneys represent property owners in matters involving governmental and quasi-governmental acquisition of private property interests and rights. We work with clients who have lost the function or use of property as a result of governmental regulations, helping them receive just compensation through negotiated resolutions, administrative hearings and litigation. We also litigate many other real property disputes where the government is a potential party. In addition, we routinely handle due diligence and property valuation and represent clients in real property valuation disputes.
When eminent domain matters involve inverse condemnation, water rights or code violations, clients rely on our help to defend their economic interests. In addition, we can handle valuation issues related to real property disputes, business valuations and property taxes challenges. And we can provide assistance both throughout Florida and in a number of other states.