Proven Legal Prowess With An Artful Touch

Gary Oldehoff is an attorney with more than 30 years of experience who offers a nuanced approach to the law and a highly focused application.

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Are You Interested In Developing Your Property?

Land use and zoning laws serve a very specific purpose in city planning and property management. Often, despite the authority’s best interests, zoning in a town or city remains out of date or other issues arise during development, especially development for commercial use. Early legal review of the land use and environmental regulations that affect your property is a critical step for your project, and by working with attorney Gary Oldehoff, you can identify and address issues with your property effectively.

Creating Comprehensive Plans For Land Use, Zoning And Environmental Law Issues

After more than 30 years in the legal industry, Mr. Oldehoff is more than experienced; he has helped set the legal precedent courts follow in this area of law. His experience and knowledge are an invaluable asset.

Any successful legal action or negotiation proceeding follows a clear set of steps. First, Mr. Oldehoff will take a full assessment of your case by examining deeds, city regulations, state law and property rights. Then, he guides you through your options, including addressing issues like land and mineral rights, Department of Environmental Protection regulations and other factors, so that you can make the best possible decisions for your situation. Then, he pursues your best interests with vigor and dedication.

In addition to his extensive land use and environmental law work, Mr. Oldehoff is experienced in cases of eminent domain.

Achieve Your Optimal Results At Gary K. Oldehoff PA

Take a positive step forward for your land and development projects. Reach out to Mr. Oldehoff’s office in Stuart by calling (772) 919-1040 or by emailing the firm.

Consulting With The Firm

Preparation is the key to long-term success. Schedule a consultation with Mr. Oldehoff by calling the office or reaching out to the firm online.