In Boerst v. Opperman, 2011 WI 5 (Feb. 3, 2011), a unanimous Wisconsin Supreme Court – in an opinion written by Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson decided that where property owners considered a road between thier respective properties the true boundary for over 100 years, that the road in effect, became the boundary. This was the case even though boundary markers indicated that the boundaries were different. The decision is interesting in that it shows the operation of laws can vary the explicit legal description recorded or reflected in boundary markers. You may have boundary disputes with your neighbors, or problems concerning easements. Often times where you think the boundary is, is different that what your neighbor thinks. Further a judge may disagree with both property owners. Our firm routinely assists our clients with boundary disputes, easements and judicial declaration of rights in real estate.