A Skilled Shreveport, Louisiana, Real Estate Litigation Attorney
Because of the rich natural resources beneath northern Louisiana, property boundary disputes and cases of adverse possession potentially involve large amounts of money and require litigation. Successful resolution requires the extensive experience and depth of knowledge that we offer at The Law Office of G. Warren Thornell, A.P.L.C..
Lawyer G. Warren Thornell has practiced law since 1970, and he has authored the National Business Institute's publications "Boundary Law in Louisiana" and "Mastering Real Estate Titles and Title Insurance in Louisiana," demonstrating his deep grasp of Louisiana real estate law. He frequently lectures to other lawyers on such subjects as boundary disputes, the validity of tax sales following a sheriff's sale, tax redemption issues, and monition suits.
We handle cases of adverse possession, whereby a neighbor who tends and pays taxes on another's land for a number of years may be able to claim ownership of it. In the event that the land holds natural resources such as mineral rights, the original owner is likely to file a possessory action. We have extensive experience in adverse possession litigation involving unmarked boundaries on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants.
Northern Louisiana has significant timber resources. We represent both timber companies and individual landowners in litigation involving timber contracts. We also represent landowners in cases of trespass and illegal timber cutting. If a timber company crosses a boundary and cuts timber in bad faith, the timber owner can seek treble damages.
We offer highly knowledgeable and professional legal counsel in complex real estate litigation. If you have questions about a boundary dispute, adverse possession, condemnation, expropriation, or a title, deed, or lease, we invite you to contact attorney G. Warren Thornell today for experienced and skillful legal representation. From our offices in Shreveport, we represent clients throughout Northern Louisiana, including the communities of Bossier, Mansfield, Homer, Benton, and Minden; and Caddo, Bossier, Desoto, Webster, and Claiborne Parishes.