At Rinke Noonan our experienced attorney and non-attorney professional staff allows us to take you entirely through the acquisition process from the project’s beginning to end at competitive costs. We are experienced and sensitive to all of the issues involving acquisitions and how it can effect those impacted.
We assist all types of government agencies, including Counties, Cities, Housing and Redevelopment Authorities, and Watershed Districts, with property acquisitions. We work with engineers and other staff to determine which properties should be acquired and the extent of the acquisition. We complete the field title work to determine the owners and occupants of the properties. We meet with owners and occupants early on in the project, providing invaluable citizen communication. We coordinate hiring of appraisers, environmental and other consultants. During the entire process we keep you fully informed and involved. We negotiate acquisitions in a matter that treats property owners with respect and fairness.
If residential, agricultural, or commercial occupants are being relocated as a result of the acquisition, Rinke Nooonan provides all the necessary relocation benefits and services required by state and federal law. We have vast experience in dealing with the intricacies of the relocation rules and regulations. We keep you ahead of the game when it comes to ensuring compliance with legal and funding requirements. Our approach to relocation provides residents and businesses with the critical information and assistance they need.
Rinke Noonan has been working in the area of eminent domain for over 40 years. For those times when a negotiated acquisition is just not possible, we provide a complete service where others rarely can. We are widely experienced in representing governmental agencies in the acquisition of all types of properties and property interests, ranging from drainage easements to multi-tenant commercial buildings. Our knowledge and experience with eminent domain allow us to fairly and reasonably estimate litigation costs when negotiating on the front end. In addition, because we understand the process, we can stand our ground on fair and reasonable offers.