Areas of Practice

Linde Webb works primarily in the areas of eminent domain, guardianship, estate law, and real estate law. Her career in these areas spans over three decades.

Eminent Domain

Attorney Webb has represented businesses and individual property owners in eminent domain cases. She has helped them understand their rights and recover fair and equitable settlements. To get the most benefit from Attorney Webb’s expertise you should contact her as soon as you find out your Eminent Domain expertproperty is being taken by the government. She can help you get a fair appraisal, which is critical to the process of getting a fair settlement.

Because she has worked on both sides of eminent domain cases, she understands the difference that competent legal representation can mean to a favorable outcome. She helps you understand the details that make the difference between a poor outcome and a great outcome. See more on her FAQ

State ex rel. Patrick Bros., A Gen. Partnership v.
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Probate Law

She also frequently assists in the physical and financial care of elderly clients. For example, she helps obtain the right care for the person's needs and creates a plan for their financial future.

During her career she has seen attorneys and family members that have stolen money from their estates and guardianships. She helps the courts recover stolen money and missing estate property. She also frequently assists in caring and planning for the elderly and how assets are best used for these purposes. Finally, she can serve as a guardian for people who have no one else to turn to. See more on her FAQ

U.S. Bank, N.A. v. Webb: Case Details

Real Estate Law

Attorney Webb has extensive experience in real estate law.  She can help you navigate everything from home closings and purchase agreements to more complex matters that involve real estate land sale proceedings in an estate or trust.  Attorney Webb has vast knowledge of appraisal and real estate valuation techniques and advises landowners and businesses with their real estate tax appeals.