Arbitration, Litigation, and Condemnation


Arbitration has become a more often used method to resolve disputes in all types of business, including real estate.

  • Arbitration can be a much less expensive and time-consuming process than formal litigation.
  • Individual professionals at Auble, Jolicoeur & Gentry are experienced with arbitration, and have either participated in arbitration hearings, or served on arbitration panels.
  • Many real estate related disputes do not involve significant legal issues, but involve differences that arise from day-to-day affairs.

Arbitration can be used as a less formal alternative to litigation. The vast experience in specialty areas of real estate allows us to be very adept at understanding all the issues surrounding properties and values, and help to resolve these types of disputes.

You are encouraged to contact the professionals at Auble, Jolicoeur & Gentry to discuss your arbitration needs.


Auble, Jolicoeur & Gentry has a wide variety of experience in condemnation valuation.

What is Condemnation? Condemnation typically arises out of governmental action when there is a desire to purchase a piece of property for public use that the owner does not wish to sell, or the owner does not agree to the purchase price being offered by the government entity.

Our professionals are approved to appraise for condemnation purposes for numerous governmental agencies in the region. We have performed condemnation services for many of these governmental entities and have also provided condemnation appraisals for private individuals.

One of the professionals in our firm is a former president of the local Right-of-Way Association. You can be assured that we are familiar with all the facets of condemnation valuation. We encourage you to contact us to discuss your condemnation valuation needs.

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