This is the first of a series of videos talking about the steps in the Texas Condemnation Process. If we can help you protect your rights as a landowner, please call or text 800-266-4870. We can meet in person, online or by phone.
Summary of the Introduction to the Steps in the Texas Condemnation Process
Hi, I’m Phil Hundl, I’m an attorney with a practice area that focuses on helping landowners facing eminent domain or condemnation proceedings. The condemnors seeking to take your property rights could include government entities, quasi-governmental entities, or private businesses that have eminent domain authority. The eminent domain projects or condemnation projects can take the form of oil and gas pipelines, high-voltage transmission lines, road expansion projects, and also water line or sewer line projects.
The Condemnation Process Is Complex
When I do these videos, I try to refer the landowner to the step in the condemnation process that you are at on in what I call the condemnation timeline. I think it’s very helpful for a landowner to know exactly where you are in the process to know what to expect during that step. You should also know what’s coming up next and what you can do during that step.
So I’m going to do a series of videos about each step in the Texas condemnation process. These videos will track the steps in the condemnation timeline. Hopefully, this will be helpful.
If you’re at step one or if you’re at step four, you can find the video and go right to that video. Hopefully, these are going to be short videos and to the point for each step.
The Videos Should Help You Understand What’s Happening
So with that, I look forward to doing these videos, so that you, the landowner, know what to expect. We will also talk about what you can do to assist the attorney who’s working with you on your condemnation or eminent domain case.
Get the Help You Need to Protect Your Rights
Call or text 800-266-4870 for the legal help you need to protect your rights as a Texas Landowner during the condemnation process. Meetings with Philip Hundl can be in person, online or by phone.
We also have offices in Wharton, Bay City, Richmond and Fulshear. Call or text 800-266-4870 for appointments at any of our offices. We can also arrange for online and telephone appointments all over Texas.