Adverse Possession – Litigation, adverse use, absence of title to property
One of the least-understood aspects of Colorado law is the concept of “adverse possession”. While some people call it “squatter’s rights,” the reality is very different from that.
Adverse possession – ownership of a property through possession of the property for a period of years – requires a number of prerequisites. It’s not just a matter of using the property for a long time; it requires a detailed legal analysis.
Whether you’re on a property you thought you owned, or somebody is claiming a right to property you own, you need an attorney who has specific experience in this area of law.
Dan Slater has not only handled these cases, he’s taken these cases to trial. Dan can help you deal with your adverse possession issues and represent you with his years of experience. Call today to set up your appointment.