An easement is the right to use another’s property for a specified purpose. It’s a property right, but ownership does not transfer. Easements are common and tend to impact the value and usefulness of your property. The most common easements are for access, but there are view easements, utility easements, and other types as well. Disputes over easements are also common. A property owner may deny the existence of an easement and attempt to stop another person from using their land. Or two property owners may disagree on the specific terms of an easement. Our attorneys have extensive experience in all aspects of easements, from drafting clear easement documents to litigating complex easement disputes.