Provided by Alan McCormick
Alan’s primary practice focus is land use, zoning, real estate and local government law with a particular emphasis on development permitting and related transactions.
Alan participates in a high volume of land use related lawsuits for multiple Montana Counties. This unparalleled exposure to current issues keeps him on the forefront of emerging land use law in Montana, benefiting his government and private clients alike.
Alan handles a variety of matters including Subdivision and Development Applications and Approval Processes; Zoning; Sign Code issues; Purchase and Sale Agreements; Residential and Commercial Leases; Condominium Construction and Conversion Documents; Encroachment Disputes; Easements; Real Estate and Development Litigation; Land Use Code Writing and Review; Homeowners Associations; and Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions.
Alan is a former land use planner for Montana local governments, who combines his professional planning background with his work in land use law to provide clients with a unique blend of practical skills and legal analysis. He is frequently called upon to provide advice to private and government sector clients and has served as outside counsel on land use matters for several Montana local governments.