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While most real estate transactions and situations go through smoothly or are easily resolved, there are times when legal intervention is necessary. Our firm works diligently to negotiate the terms of a real estate transaction or any real estate-related disputes. However, there are times when litigation is the only option to get what you need or to protect your rights. When you need a skilled and experienced litigator who understands the laws in Massachusetts and one who will fight for you in a real estate case, you need Shapiro Law Group, PC.


We can successfully litigate cases on behalf of clients on any side of a commercial or residential real estate legal issue. We represent individuals, businesses, landlords, tenants, buyers, sellers, developers, condominium associations, real estate corporations, and others who find themselves in need of legal guidance and protection. A commercial or residential real estate transaction can break down at any point. There may be issues with the purchase and sales agreement, problems with permits, and appeals of zoning decisions. There may also be discrepancies or even fraud related to the closing or title. A real estate attorney can usually negotiate a resolution when any disputes or problems are encountered. If negotiations don’t result in a favorable resolution, our firm can aggressively pursue your case in court through aggressive litigation. Complex legal issues may arise during a commercial or residential real estate transaction. There may be contention over easement rights, boundary disputes, land use disputes, permits and zoning disputes, and violations that lead one party to seek legal resolution in court. We can successfully present your side and gather supporting documents or precedents that work in your favor. Our firm will dedicate the time and resources needed to litigate your complex case. We will help you overcome any obstacles in the way of progress so you get the resolution you need.


Disputes between individual parties, such as landlords and tenants, may need litigating. Eviction battles, property rights, condominium disputes, repairs and damages, and other disputes may not be easily solved through negotiations. Our firm will take the time to get to know your situation and fight to protect your best interests through litigation. When a case requires litigation, our attorneys work to keep our clients informed every step of the way. We will prepare you for the possible outcomes and ensure all documents and filings are handled in a timely manner. Our firm will give your case the personal attention it requires so we can get the absolute best result possible. While our firm is comprised of skilled, reliable, and knowledgeable negotiators, we know when litigation is necessary to get the right outcome for our clients. We understand what all may be at stake and how important the outcome is for you. Our local connection and knowledge of Massachusetts real estate law is an invaluable asset also.

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When you need someone in your corner who will fight for you and successfully litigate your case, you need Shapiro Law Group, PC. At Shapiro Law Group, PC, are ready to help you. Contact us to set up your initial consultation. (339) 298-2300.

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