Boundary disputes can be complicated and messy. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve lived on your property, how long your neighbor has lived on their property, or how certain you are of the boundaries of your property; if there’s a dispute over property boundaries, the solution may not be as simple as you might think. There are many factors that can contribute to property boundary disputes, from different interpretations of property agreements to simple misunderstandings. To help settle a boundary dispute on your property, you’ll likely need a boundary dispute attorney. At Kallemeyn and Kallemeyn, we offer boundary dispute services in Coon Rapids, Anoka, Blaine, Ham Lake and Andover, Minnesota, helping property owners resolve complicated boundary disputes.

Common Boundary Dispute Issues

When you’re having difficulty determining the legal boundaries of your property, especially if you’re looking to alter your property in any way, including building or planting on the property, you may find that your neighbor has differing opinions about where your property actually begins and ends. Although the causes of boundary disputes are not all the same, there are several common boundary dispute issues that you may be experiencing, including:

• Boundary disputes related to property surveys
• The legality of established or planned fence lines
• Encroachment of buildings or roads onto your property
• Historic use of your land that may create confusion over the legal property boundaries
• Photographs of prior use that may create confusion over the legal property boundaries
• Agreements between prior owners that may not coincide with the legal property boundaries
• Subdivision issues, when a new boundary is established for a property

If you are experiencing any of these common property boundary disputes, it is almost certain that you will not be able to resolve the issue yourself. Not only are these boundary dispute issues extremely complicated, they are often extremely heated, as well. No matter what the cause of your boundary dispute may be, though, and no matter how or why your boundary dispute began, Kallemeyn and Kallemeyn can help make the dispute resolution process less complicated and less adversarial.

Boundary Dispute Resolution Attorney

At the end of your boundary dispute, it’s likely that you’ll wish to maintain a low-conflict relationship with your neighbor. The best way to ensure that this happens is to resolve boundary disputes quickly and with as little conflict as possible with a boundary dispute resolution attorney. At Kallemeyn and Kallemeyn, you’ll find an experienced boundary dispute attorney who can help you accomplish this while also finding a resolution that is legally fair to both parties involved. If you’re looking for a boundary dispute lawyer in Coon Rapids, Anoka, Blaine, Ham Lake or Andover, Minnesota, contact Kallemeyn and Kallemeyn today at (763) 427-5131, or send an email to