Utility right-of-way corridors, shared driveways, private roads, and lake access to name a few. These are all different types of easements that our clients encounter and deal with on a regular basis across the state and beyond. Did you know an easement might expire as a matter of law over time based on state law? That there are specialized laws and considerations relating to utility easements? That an easement can arise by prescription over time even without a written agreement? Our land and water attorneys can help you with these and other questions. We regularly draft easements, interpret easements and work with our clients to develop creative solutions to complicated land use issues that might involve easements, restrictive covenants and other legal doctrines and mechanisms.