Stubbs & Schubart, P.C.

  • Established in 1970
  • Firm Size 2
  • One of Tucson's most respected and successful firms specializing in eminent domain, condemnation, and land use matters.
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    4.8/5.0 (24)
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About this firm

Since 1970, Stubbs & Schubart been a leading law firm in land-use matters, specializing in eminent domain and condemnation actions as well as zoning and real estate development matters. Our firm has established many legal precedents in governmental culpability and land valuation techniques, and the principals, G. Lawrence Schubart and Thomas M. Parsons, have extensive experience working with state and local governments.

Areas of Practice (12)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Eminent Domain
  • Condemnation
  • Real Estate
  • Inverse Condemnation
  • Zoning Law
  • Land Use
  • Transactional
  • Development
  • Environmental Law
  • Litigation
  • Actions Against Governmental Agencies
  • Civil Rights Violations

People (2)

Real Estate, Eminent Domain, Zoning, Planning and Land Use, Civil Litigation, Condemnation, Inverse Condemnation, Land A ...

Peer Reviews
4.6/5.0 (24) Reviews

Eminent Domain, Condemnation, Real Estate, Civil Litigation, Zoning, Planning and Land Use, Inverse Condemnation, Proper ...

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  • Real Estate Law

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