Tucson Eminent Domain Attorneys

Stubbs & Schubart, P.C. delivers a high standard of legal representation and client service in real property transactions and disputes. To learn more about our talented and dedicated Tucson attorneys, please read their individual profiles.

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Get the determined legal representation your real property requires. To schedule an appointment with a Tucson real estate attorney at Stubbs & Schubart, P.C., call our Tucson office at 520-623-5466 or contact us online.

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G. Lawrence Schubart

G. Lawrence Schubart graduated in 1969 from Villanova University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. After two years in the United States Army, he received his Juris Doctor in 1974 from Villanova University School of Law. He joined Stubbs & Schubart, P.C. in 1981  and is a partner. Mr. Schubart is AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®.

Areas of practice

  • Real estate development
  • Annexation
  • Rezoning
  • Land use
  • Administrative hearings
  • Eminent domain
  • Inverse condemnation
  • Special action proceedings
  • Boards of Adjustment and Floodplain Management appeals
  • Real estate disputes
  • Brokerage disputes
  • Contract disputes
  • Zoning interpretation disputes

Admitted

  • United States Supreme Court
  • 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • United States District Court for Arizona
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • Arizona Supreme Court
  • Arizona Superior Courts
  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court
  • Pennsylvania Courts of Common Pleas

 

Honors

Seminar speaker and publications

  • 2013 Arizona State Bar Real Property Section Meeting – Discussing Eminent Domain Cases currently before the United States Supreme Court
  • 2012 Condemnation Summit XI -- Tribute to Robert C. Stubbs’ Contributions to Arizona Eminent Domain Law
  • Lorman Education Services, Plat and Subdivision Law in Arizona, 2007
  • Lorman Education Services, Plat and Subdivision Law in Arizona, 2006
  • International Right of Way Association, Eminent Domain, 2006
  • State Bar of Arizona, Conversions, Takings and Kickbacks: An Advanced Review of Current Real Estate Issues, 2005
  • National Business Institute, Major Land Use Laws in Arizona, 1999
  • CLE-Ops, The Second Annual Tucson Festival of Real Estate CLE, Part II, 1998
  • National Business Institute, Major Land Use Laws in Arizona
  • Pima County Government, Valuation Issues in Condemnation Actions, 1992
  • Arizona State Bar (Real Property Section), Inverse Condemnation Versus Police Power, 1989
  • Burke, Hansen Appraisal Services, Recognizing Precondemnation Blight
  • Oro Valley Municipal Government, Controls on Land Use: Zoning, Exactions & Interim Ordinances
  • PESI Seminars, Arizona Condemnation & Zoning, 1988
  • PESI Seminars, Arizona Boundary Law & Adjoining Landowner, 1987
  • Arizona State Bar (Real Property Section), Land Use: Regulation & Litigation — Vested Rights

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Thomas M. Parsons

Thomas M. Parsons graduated in 1984 from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in linguistics; in 1987, he received his Juris Doctor from the University of Arizona. He joined Stubbs & Schubart, P.C. in 1987 and is a partner. Mr. Parsons is fluent in Portuguese and is AV® rated by Martindale-Hubbell®.

Areas of practice

  • Eminent domain
  • Inverse condemnation
  • Special action proceedings
  • Zoning interpretation disputes
  • Real estate development
  • Annexation
  • Rezoning
  • Land use
  • FEMA and local floodplain issues

Admitted

  • 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Arizona Supreme Court
  • Arizona Superior Courts

Affiliations

  • American Bar Association
  • Arizona State Bar
    • Committee member: 1996 – 1998, Practice and Procedure Committee; Fee Arbitrator
  • Pima County Bar
    • Editorial board and author for The Writ, 1990
    • Superior Court arbitrator nine times
    • Committee member: Real Property; Probate and Trust; Condemnation Committee; Land Use and Zoning Committee
    • 1996: Panelist and presenter, annual conference, Orlando, Florida, published article Damage to the Remainder — The Federal Perspective
    • 1986: Article editor, annual symposium held by the International Academy of Commercial and Consumer Law at the Harvard Law School, published 1987

Seminar speaker and publications

  • National Business Institute, Land Use Law: Current Issues in Subdivision, Annexation and Zoning, 2008
  • Lorman Education Services, Plat and Subdivision Law in Arizona, 2007
  • Lorman Education Services, Zoning, Subdivision and Land Development Law in Arizona, 2007
  • Lorman Education Services, Plat and Subdivision Law in Arizona, 2006
  • State Bar of Arizona, Conversions, Takings and Kickbacks: An Advanced Review of Current Real Estate Issues, 2005
  • Lorman Education Services, Law of Easements: Legal Issues and Practical Considerations, 2003
  • National Business Institute, Major Land Use Laws in Arizona, 1999
  • CLE-Ops, The Second Annual Tucson Festival of Real Estate CLE, Part II, 1998
  • National Business Institute, Major Land Use Laws in Arizona
  • Pima County Government, Valuation Issues in Condemnation Actions, 1992
  • Arizona State Bar (Real Property Section), Inverse Condemnation Versus Police Power, 1989