Missoula, Montana Land Use and Zoning Attorneys

Compare 2 attorneys and 2 law firms in Missoula, MT. Sort by highest rating and years of land use and zoning experience.

Martin King

Missoula land use and zoning attorney at Worden Thane with 35 years experience

(406) 721-3400

111 North Higgins, Suite 600, Missoula, MT 59806

Stephen Brown

Missoula land use and zoning attorney at David Berkoff Law Firm with 30 years experience

(406) 523-2500

210 North Higgins Avenue, Suite 234, Missoula, MT 59802

Need help with a land use or zoning issue?

Land use and zoning laws are the state and local regulations that govern what you can build, how you can build it and what that property can be used for. Land use and zoning laws will vary from city to city, county to county and state to state and apply to both residential and commercial property. For example, in a residential neighborhood of single family homes you wouldn't want a skyscraper built next door. A land use and zoning attorney will resolve permitting issues, navigate land use ordinances, form real estate development contracts and litigate disputes.


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