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Marvel Law P.C.
Guidance for individuals and businesses in Central Illinois

Bloomington Land Use and Zoning Lawyers

Land use and zoning law involves interaction with many different stakeholders; investors, land owners and municipal entities can all take interest in your activities. Preserving your rights as a land owner, developer, or neighbor warrants legal representation from experienced McLean County land use and zoning attorneys at Marvel Law P.C.

Illinois Lawyers Committed To Preserving Your Land Use and Zoning Rights

Richard Marvel has years of experience that backs up the representation we provide to owners, developers and adjoining landowners throughout central Illinois. We have the knowledge you need of the local regulatory scheme, the key decision makers and how to be effective with the individuals and committees that make decisions regarding your property rights.

Contact us for representation in:

  • Reviewing and taking action regarding zoning issues
  • Investment in and the management of subdivision property
  • Negotiation of property development with municipal entities and other stakeholders in unincorporated areas
  • Working with local land use committees including city or county planning commissions
  • Advisement of homeowner's associations and condominium associations
  • Eminent domain issues, easements, rights of way, and lot line disputes
  • Advisement on annexation and working with municipal entities

We will approach your case with a high degree of professionalism, detail and attention to your business goals so that you can protect yourself, your business and your future success.

Contact McLean County Land Use and Zoning Attorney Richard Marvel

Reach us by email or by telephone today at 309-929-4332 to schedule an initial consultation. We accept all major credit cards and can make evening and weekend appointments as necessary.

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