Our clients had lived in their home on a 5 acre parcel for over 20 years next to another vacant 5 acre parcel. The new owner of the vacant parcel built a home and started tearing down fencing and planting trees on our clients' property. As it turns out, the survey showed that what my clients thought was on their property line, was actually on their neighbors' parcel including much of the driveway to their house.
After calling DK-Law, our clients listened to our advice and stopped allowing further intrusion onto the land they had historically occupied. We advised the new property owners that our clients were relying upon their right to possession and ownership of the disputed property through adverse possession. The neighbors fought this, and insisted on the surveyed boundaries being upheld. The most they would offer was to allow my clients to continue to drive to and from their house on the driveway they had been using the entire time they lived there. DK-law filed suit, and eventually, the neighboring property owners had to admit that they needed to concede .3 acres along the boundary line of the property so that the new legal boundary would conform to the historical use. This not only ends the litigation in the favor of our clients, it allows them to transfer legal ownership of the property without any cloud on the title.