Land Use & Zoning Services at McNamee & McNamee, PLL

Are you facing land use or zoning challenges in Dayton? The experienced Land Use & Zoning Lawyers at McNamee & McNamee, PLL are dedicated to helping you navigate complex regulations, ensuring your property rights are protected and your projects move forward smoothly.

McNamee & McNamee, PLL, is your trusted law firm specializing in Land Use and Zoning services in Dayton, OH. Our experienced team of land use lawyers and zoning attorneys is committed to providing effective legal solutions tailored to your unique needs.

Ohio Land Use Lawyer Services

At McNamee & McNamee, our knowledgeable land use lawyers provide sound legal advice on various land use issues. We are well-versed in interpreting and applying local zoning regulations, environmental laws, and other related ordinances. 

  • Zoning Analysis: We assess zoning restrictions and regulations applicable to your property, helping you understand your options.
  • Permitting Assistance: Our team guides you through the permitting process, ensuring compliance with local requirements.
  • Variances and Appeals: If your project requires a variance or faces an appeal, we advocate for your rights before zoning boards or authorities.
  • Zoning Disputes: In the event of disputes, we represent your interests, striving to resolve conflicts and protect your property rights.

Why Choose Us

  1. Expertise: Our legal team specializes in land use and zoning matters, offering in-depth knowledge of local regulations and laws.
  2. Local Insights: With a deep understanding of Dayton's zoning codes, we provide tailored solutions that align with the local context.
  3. Comprehensive Guidance: From zoning disputes to permits and variances, we provide a full spectrum of services to address your needs.
  4. Strategic Approach: We craft effective strategies to help you achieve your land use and zoning goals while complying with regulations.
  5. Client-Centered: Your success is our priority. We work closely with you, keeping your objectives at the forefront of our efforts.

Contact Our Land Use & Zoning Lawyer in Dayton

Ensure your land use and zoning endeavors in Dayton are successful. Consult McNamee & McNamee, PLL's Land Use & Zoning Lawyers for knowledgeable and dedicated legal support. Schedule a consultation to discuss your specific needs and embark on a path to success.

Contact us today at (937) 468-3130, or visit our office situated at Beavercreek OH,to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced Land usage & Zoning attorney.

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Our Notable Cases
  • Benjamin Donahue, et al. v. Winifred LaBomme, et al., Tuscarawas Common Pleas, No. 2020 CV 07 0385

    Prevailed on motion to dismiss while defending clients/sellers against claims that they had fraudulently concealed defects in property from buyers.

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  • Powell v. Board of County Commissioners of Warren County, et al. (12th Dist.), 2020-Ohio-5570.

    County resolution approving a 62-lot housing development was reversed and nullified because it violated the county zoning resolution. Appellate court ...

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  • Kunk v. Westward Success, et al., Montgomery Common Pleas, No. 2020 CV 04019

    Negotiated settlement between corporation and its members in order to facilitate corporate breakup and legal dispute.

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  • Yankee Trace Homeowners’ Association v. Baranowski, et al., Montgomery Common Pleas, No. 2020 CV 00290

    Prevailed on motion to enforce proposed settlement agreement in lawsuit regarding short term rentals, leading to settlement and dismissal of lawsuit.

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  • Jerry Farmer v. Danny Roush, Jr., et al., Montgomery Common Pleas No. 2020 CV 02682

    Awarded summary judgment for landlord named as a party in dog-bite case.

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