Property Tax Appeals

Commercial Property Tax Appeals Lawyer in Kansas and Missouri

If the county has made an error in determining the value of your commercial property, you have the right to appeal their decision. At Hyland Law Firm ,LLC, in Overland Park, Kansas, we help clients ensure their tax burden is based on an accurate assessment. We are not satisfied until you obtain a fair appraisal of your property.

Don't pay one cent more than you need to. To discuss your property tax appeal with an experienced attorney, contact us today for a free initial consultation.

Our firm helps clients in the Kansas City Metro area with all aspects of property tax appeals, including:

  • Appealing the valuation of a property
  • Determining property value
  • Property appraisal disputes with the county
  • Litigation

Why Hire Hyland Law Firm LLC for Your Property Tax Appeal?

At Hyland law Firm LLC, we handle every aspect of your property tax appeal and work closely with you from start to finish on:

  • Gathering evidence
  • Organizing witnesses
  • Obtaining expert opinions

Our goal is to construct a compelling case to help you increase your odds of winning your appeal. Working with an experienced attorney can help you avoid the common pitfalls of property tax appeals, ensuring that you are well positioned for a positive outcome. In some cases, we waive your fees unless we win your appeal so there is not risk to you.

Understanding the Appeals Process

Your opportunity to present your case is at a meeting with the county appraiser. If the appraiser does not change their assessment, you can appeal to the Court of Tax Appeals. When it comes to appeals, timing is everything. It is important to appeal quickly in order to allow sufficient time to gather evidence to support your position. If the Court of Tax Appeals denies your claim, you can go to the District Court in Kansas or the Circuit Court in Missouri.

Don't waive your right to appeal by letting time expire. Email us or call toll free 800-836-1439 today for a free initial consultation with an attorney.