If your property faces the process of condemnation, you need a team of attorneys with significant experience in eminent domain matters. We've helped hundreds of private property owners gain just compensation, and we can guide you through the challenging process ahead.
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Eminent Domain

The power of eminent domain allows the government to seize private property for a necessary public use; it should be used responsibly. With experienced attorneys at your side, we can advocate against the government and ensure you are fully and fairly compensated for your property.
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Texas Expansion

As Texas continues to thrive and grow, highways, oil and gas pipelines, public buildings, infrastructure needs, and many other projects could lay claim to private property in the coming years. Don't stand by while your property falls victim to eminent domain.
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A Firm with History

With roots dating back to the turn of the 20th century, our firm has a long and proud history of fighting tirelessly on behalf of every client. We've built a reputation among our peers and colleagues as a respected name in condemnation law.
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Texas Eminent Domain and Condemnation Lawyers

  • About Us

    Read about how the rich history behind our firm and our unique approach makes Dawson & Sodd, LLP your formidable ally in eminent domain and condemnation matters.

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  • Our Attorneys

    Each of our attorneys brings a distinct perspective to our firm, including various types of legal experience. Learn more about the team that works tirelessly on behalf of every client.

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  • Our Approach

    Our distinguished strategies, extensive experience, and dedication to our clients allow us to take on even the most intimidating eminent domain and condemnation cases.

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HIGHLIGHTS and selected case results

    Trial and Appellate Victory: Crosstex v. Button Pipeline Case

    Chalk up a win for Denton County landowners Terry and Ossie Button in their long-running battle with Crosstex Energy (now [..] Read More

How can we help?

If you've received notice that your property is facing the condemnation process, you may be confused about what's ahead. Our attorneys can answer your questions, help you decide how to proceed, and guide you through every step of the process, whether that includes challenging the government's right to acquire your property through eminent domain or representing you during every phase of litigation to get you full, fair, and adequate compensation guaranteed under the law.