Property Boundary Disputes

“Whereas in Robert Frost's New England good fences make good neighbors, in Montana, generally speaking, messing with your neighbor's fence is a good way to start trouble that comes cheap and leaves expensive.”

It seems that throughout Montana’s history, one thing was certain; folks are as serious about their fences as they are their water.

We see boundary disputes arise from a plethora of circumstances. Perhaps you purchased new property and the property boundaries have been mismarked, perhaps your neighbor built a fence in the wrong spot – impeding on your land, or maybe you just need to relocate a property line in conjunction with a sale or purchase of land. Sometimes people just decide to use your land without permission. 

The attorneys at Orr McDonnell Law, PLLC have seen just about everything when it comes to property boundary disputes.