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Dealing with a Boulder, Colorado neighborhood dispute can certainly be frustrating, but how you handle it can make your life better or worse. There are many common issues reported by neighbors, including blocked views, trees, pets, fences, noise, water issues, neighborhood businesses, dangers to children, and boundaries. If you have already tried to resolve your dispute in your own manner without success, you might be considering your legal options.
For many people involved in a neighborhood dispute, litigation is not the best approach. It can inflame a tense situation, making it difficult for you to relax and enjoy your home in the future. Rather than being able to move on, you might find that your neighbor dispute prevents you from enjoying your home and at the same time destroying your relationship with neighbors.
If you’re concerned about the best way to resolve the situation in a civil manner, consider mediation. In mediation, disputing parties sit down to discuss critical issues in a neutral and private forum. Removing the aggravation of litigation can make parties more open to compromise, ultimately reducing your costs and your time spent resolving the dispute.
Contact my office at 303-579-5433.