In rural America, landowner rights are considered the foundational element of countless disputes. At Lund Law, our mission is straightforward – to protect the rights of landowners. Through the years, our attorneys for landowners have successfully handled various property issues ranging from simple to complex.
We are your best option if you need legal help with property issues, including eminent domain. Lund Law has a team of experienced landowner attorneys in Montana. Our highly skilled and experienced attorneys place a premium on communication and professionalism to ensure your legal concerns are resolved promptly.
We have handled cases involving eminent domain and condemnation actions in Montana. If you want to protect your property, speak with our firm first before starting negotiations. We can challenge any entity and work to ensure your rights are protected.
Our track record has made us the go-to landowner attorneys in Montana. We have helped many clients maximize their benefits and increase their compensation. Don’t lose out on the just compensation you deserve; call us now and let us know how we can be of service.
Representing people who have property and business legal issues is True North for our team.
We strive to use tenacity, ingenuity, and our legal knowledge to efficiently solve the issues our clients bring to us.
Lund Law has been assisting property owners to protect their rights for over a decade. We are known throughout Montana for our diligent and zealous representation of our clients.
Our attorneys are licensed to practice in the Montana Water Court, all Montana district courts, the Montana Supreme Court, the Federal Court for the District of Montana, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States Court of Federal Claims, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court.
Hertha Lund has been practicing law for nearly 30 years. She understands what it means to lose a family business, and the ensuing heartbreak because her family lost their ranch when she was in college. Based on her years of being a horseshoer, she understands hard work and that sometimes one just has to pick up the horse’s foot, trim it, and shape the shoe to fit. Similarly, practicing law is often difficult to start, requires figuring out how to frame the issues, and then communicating in ways that either ends up in a favorable settlement or a win in court. Hertha perfected her work ethic shoeing horses, and she uses this strength as an attorney representing clients on land use issues in multiple courts. She is passionate about serving her clients to protect their rights.
If you have any issue related to property rights, including water, land, wind or solar energy agreements, eminent domain, road easements, ditch easements or any other land-related business issue, please contact us. We will give you a half-hour free consultation and listen to you. We will be upfront and inform you of what we advise for your next steps.Get in touch