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Kurkowski Law-- Land Use LawAt Kurkowski Law it is our belief that property rights and personal freedom are intertwined. It is our mission to rigorously defend your property rights against government and private abuse. 

We effectively represent individuals and businesses before regulatory boards, planning commissions, city councils, county boards, and courts in matters of rezoning and land use. We help landowners and potential buyers seek variances for property uses currently not permitted, such as the additions, decks, or sunrooms.

We also help landowners apply for conditional use permits which, under certain conditions, allow landowners to use of their property in a way not originally permitted. Obtaining a conditional use permit is a meticulous process that may require the involvement of a land use consultant and the local planning department. 

Our attorneys represent developers in the acquisition and development of land and real estate projects including design, construction and builder contracts, easement agreements, environmental compliance agreements, construction and permanent financing and related development documentation.

Kurkowski Law is dedicated to providing superior representation and ensuring that our clients enjoy full use of their property. To speak with an experienced attorney regarding land use concerns, contact Kurkowski Law.



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