The Justice Firm, LLC

Focused On Helping Individuals And Businesses With Their Eminent Domain Issues

I am attorney Keenya T. Justice of The Justice Firm, LLC. I am committed to helping all types of property owners — individuals, businesses, churches, property managers, homeowner’s associations (HOAs), developers and nonprofit organizations — in their fight to ensure they are treated fairly when the government uses its power of eminent domain. I have the experience and skills to be able to help you secure the full compensation you deserve for your property.


I have represented individuals and entities who own a wide range of property types, including:


Vacant land
Commercial property
Residential sites
Apartment complexes
Industrial properties
Homeowner’s associations
Strip malls


Eminent domain cases are like puzzles. I gather all of the property-specific facts and relevant law and begin to see how the pieces fit together to maximize my clients’ compensation and achieve their goals. With more than a decade of experience in eminent domain, and a background in finance and economics, I understand what my clients are up against when the government is taking their property.


I understand how taking just a sliver of land can impact the value of the owner’s remaining property. Understanding what my clients are facing means that I comprehend their circumstances, their goals and I know how to best to help them. I offer skilled representation that allows me to navigate efficiently and effectively through the condemnation process, and I do my best to reduce the impact it has on individuals, business owners, churches and nonprofit organizations.


“The specter of condemnation hangs over all property. Nothing is to prevent the State from replacing a Motel 6 with a Ritz-Carlton, any home with a shopping mall, or any farm with a factory.” — Justice O’Connor, United States Supreme Court — dissenting opinion Kelo v. City of New London

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100 North Tryon Street Suite B220-397 Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone 2
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