Barkhurst & Hinojosa, P.C.

Overview

If you are a Texas landowner whose property has been threatened by a “taking” from the federal government, you need experienced eminent domain attorneys on your side who can make a difference — and get positive results.

Paul D. Barkhurst Jr. and Joe R. Hinojosa established the Barkhurst & Hinojosa, P.C., law firm in San Antonio to serve business, government and private individuals. We place special focus on practice areas of eminent domain and condemnation, construction disputes, real estate disputes, probate and trust disputes, business disputes, general litigation, and eminent domain and condemnation appeals.

With almost 40 years of combined legal experience in trial work, arbitration and administrative law, Barkhurst & Hinojosa, P.C., is dedicated and committed to resolving matters for the clients we serve — whether discussions must take place in the conference room or the courtroom. The global economy has created a need for attorneys to provide quality legal service for less cost to both the public and private sectors; Barkhurst & Hinojosa, P.C., aims to fill that need.

When you come to us with details of a move by the government to encroach on your land, we educate you on your Landowner’s Bill of Rights; prepare you for a commissioner’s hearing; and generally advocate for your individual and business interests throughout the legal process. If your case’s outcome is a setback, we work hard to make it right through the appellate process.

Dedicated And Committed Eminent Domain And Condemnation Litigation Attorneys Serving Clients Throughout Texas
Call or email our lawyers to arrange an initial consultation. Our principal office is located in downtown San Antonio, in the historic One Ten Broadway Building.

Contact Us

Address

One Elm Place
11107 Wurzbach Rd., Suite 701
San Antonio, TX 78230- 2500

Phone

877-235-0691

Fax

210-226-7802

Website

https://www.bhlawpc.com


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