Currently helping farmers, businesses and homeowners with: Spectra Pipeline | Open, Rover, Marathon and Nexus

500 S. Front Street, #1200, Columbus, Ohio, 43215

Pipeline or Transmission Line in Your Future?

Our mission is to secure successful and financially fair results for our clients.
If your property is in the path of a pipeline or transmission line, we can help.

We are recognized legal experts for Ohio property owners facing pipeline issues.
We are dedicated to exclusively representing land owners, not oil and gas companies.
Our focus is on your benefit.
Contact Goldman & Braunstein now to find out how you can get fairly compensated for a pipeline
or transmission line easement, enhance your safety, and protect your property value.

CALL 614.229.4512 or TOLL FREE 888.231.2554


Leveling the Playing Field for Ohio Landowners

Regardless of where you live in Ohio, Goldman & Braunstein are recognized eminent domain experts for property owners throughout the state of Ohio. Our attorneys are based in Columbus, Ohio, and have decades of experience representing property owners throughout the state. We are exclusively dedicated to landowners and never represent condemning authorities, as some other eminent domain lawyers do. We will take the stress out of the process for you by:

    • Providing free, second opinion reviews of proposed agreements
    • Delivering professional and personal legal representation every step of the way
    • Assembling a team of appraisers and other land-use experts to work for you, if necessary for the proper presentation or evaluation of your case
    • Providing effective trial advocacy for successful outcomes
    • Reworking easements or agreements to benefit property owners
    • Negotiating to achieve substantial settlements in excess of initial offers

In all instances, we strive to:

    • Secure successful and financially fair settlements for our clients
    • Secure jury awards far in excess of what is offered by the public or private entity
    • Protect current and future property and land use rights