Our clients own valuable real estate on a popular Jackson County lake. A neighbor unilaterally tore down a fence that had stood for decades as the boundary line between the adjoining properties. After additional issues, the property owners retained our services and we initiated a lawsuit within days, which included convincing the Jackson judge to issue a temporary restraining order prohibiting the neighbor from causing any more damage. After a strategic discovery plan, we filed a motion for summary disposition and the judge ruled in our favor on our primary claim establishing the true and legal boundary line under the doctrine of acquiescence, as well as liability for trespassing. Through further negotiations, our clients obtained their desired relief from the neighbor, and the case was resolved in our clients' favor. Litigation attorney Brad A. Brelinski led the team.