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Attorney Arie Lipinski

An Indiana Land Rights Attorney Fighting For You

Indianapolis firm Lipinski Law represents individuals and businesses in cases involving land use property disputes. We also provide legal counsel and guidance to city and town officials and agencies regarding land use, zoning, real estate development and municipal law. Our founding attorney, Arie Lipinski, represented the State of Indiana in the litigation of all eminent domain matters for the I-69 Highway Construction and Ohio River Bridges Projects.

Attorney Lipinski has served as lead counsel for banks, corporations and governmental entities, including the state of Indiana, in all aspects of litigation involving the acquisition, condemnation, sale and disposition of real and personal property, oil, gas and other minerals.

Protecting Private Development Interests Of Business Owners

We represent businesses in disputes with governments and government agencies over land use. Our legal team negotiates and drafts contracts, ordinances, leases, deeds and resolutions. We provide counsel and litigation services in cases involving:

  • Condemnation
  • Permitting
  • Zoning
  • Protecting vested rights
  • Protecting entitlements
  • Land use proceedings

Attorney Lipinski has deep knowledge of regulatory law built on more than a decade of representing clients in land use disputes.

Disputes Between Neighboring Property Owners

In property rights disputes, it is often difficult to resolve differences without legal representation. Covenants, conditions and restrictions are not always clear, making it easy to challenge the legality of developing land. Attorney Lipinski has extensive experience helping clients involved in boundary disputes, negative easements and land use issues. Our goal is to protect your right to use your property as you see fit. We always attempt to negotiate a mutually acceptable agreement first, but we are always ready to litigate if necessary.

Contact Lipinski Law Today

To discuss your land use or property rights situation, call our Indianapolis office today at 317-605-9223. You can also reach us using our online contact form.