Sheehan & Sheehan, P.A. offers clients a full range of services in the area of land use. These services often complement the firm’s practice in the areas of environmental law, water law, and construction law.
The firm has represented numerous clients in connection with planning and zoning determinations, and has played a vigorous role in commenting on and shaping subdivision ordinances implementing the New Mexico Subdivision Act. The firm also has comprehensive knowledge concerning the use of impact fees and growth management tools to allow for reasonable and sensible growth. Private and public entities represented by the firm benefit from its considerable experience in the area of environmental law, particularly its familiarity with and understanding of the many federal and state regulations governing property use and development.
The firm has represented clients in court, administrative and arbitration proceedings involving quiet title actions; the dissolution and termination of partnerships involving real estate; the eviction of defaulting tenants; boundary, encroachment, and easement disputes; title issues, and foreclosure on real estate held by clients as security for obligations of others.