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Real Estate

Buying, selling or perhaps refinancing your home? Packing your belongings and moving can be stressful enough without having to worry about contracts and closings.  Purchase and sale agreements, title searches, mortgages, promissory notes, deeds, homestead declarations, trust and tax documents can be confusing.  Don’t go it alone!

Your home is often your most valuable asset so enlist the services of a competent real estate attorney to help you through the process.  We’ll prepare and/or review your documents and represent you at the closing table so that you can focus your energy on moving to your new home.

Real estate can also be an integral part of an Estate Plan. Competent legal counsel can mean the difference between an effective and personalized estate plan and one that does not accomplish your goals or, worse, results in costly mistakes.

Real estate is also an integral part of many probate matters so having an attorney who is well versed in estate administration/probate is necessary to assist in retaining or conveying title to any real estate that is part of a probate estate.

Finally, real estate can play an integral part in long term care planning and/or qualifying for MassHealth for long term care.  When it comes to MassHealth, DON’T convey or otherwise dispose of your real estate without first consulting an elder attorney.  Transferring title to your real estate may disqualify you from receiving MassHealth benefits!  Timing is everything when it comes to real estate and long term care planning!  

 Real Estate Services:

  • Residential real estate closings.
  • Estate Planning.
  • Estate Administration/Probate.
  • Long Term Care Planning/MassHealth long term care application.


  • Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts (REBA) -  website


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