A leader in the area of land use and environmental law, Garlington, Lohn & Robinson, PLLP, provides a wide range of transactional, regulatory and litigation services in all aspects of land use, environmental, commercial, ranching and residential real estate law throughout Montana. From routine real estate purchases and sales to matters involving complex negotiations, large-scale development projects, toxic spills and property disputes, our attorneys are well prepared to handle your legal issue. We often provide guidance to out-of-state corporations and individuals pursuing land purchases in Montana.
Our natural resource attorneys regularly work in the Montana Water Court, a separate court that deals with water rights.
Clients of Garlington, Lohn & Robinson include landowners, developers, financial institutions, utilities, resorts, businesses and local governments.
- Assistance in policymaking and code promulgation
- Boundary disputes
- Condominium formation and conversions
- Cost-recovery actions
- Covenants, conditions and restrictions
- Development permitting and entitlements
- Environmental tort defense
- Land exchanges and conservation easements
- Mortgage foreclosures
- Permitting and appeals for new projects
- Purchase and sale transactions
- Regulatory compliance and enforcement issues
- Regulatory interpretations and code writing
- Subdivision compliance
- Tax-deferred transactions
- Timber transactions
- Trust indenture foreclosures
- Water rights
- Zoning and sign code issues
We often act as general counsel on legal requirements for land development and represent clients before local, state and federal regulatory agencies, boards, councils and commissions.
Contact Our Attorneys · Serving Montana From Missoula to Billings
Garlington, Lohn & Robinson offers consistent, quality legal services and a high level of personal attention and care to every client. Contact our Missoula land use lawyers online or call 406-523-2500 to arrange a consultation. We serve clients throughout the state and those from out of state with legal needs in Montana.