How can a lawyer help with a boundary line dispute? Well, lawyers are high price communicators, and soon as you say, there’s a dispute, well, that means you’re in an adversarial situation. And so you may not have any choice, but to have a lawyer. And hopefully the other side has a lawyer whenever I’m asked about these boundary line dispute. The first thing that I asked the party who calls me, I said, “do you have a survey?” And usually they say, yes, I said, “does the other party have a survey?” And so hopefully they do, if they don’t, well, then it’s very hard to resolve matters. But if there are surveys of the same boundary line and the surveyors do not agree, my suggestion is to have the surveyors, see if they can’t talk to each other to try and reconcile why there’s a difference. And if they can’t, we’ll see about asking the surveyors and the parties to agree, to have a third party surveyor be the arbiter to determine which survey is accurate to, to determine this rather than having to file a lawsuit to make that determination. And that’s very costly, and this is still gonna come down to expert testimony, which is going to be the third parties opinion, and that’ll cost a lot more money to resolve it. If the boundary line dispute comes as a result of either adverse possession or by boundary line by acquisition acquiescence those are really complicated, very factual, driven cases and very expensive cases. And so, that’s another basis for trying to determine the boundary line. If you have some questions about it give me a call at (727) 847-2288.