Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest and most important financial decisions of your life. Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or an experienced buyer or seller, we have the expertise to help you through the process. We’ll help you negotiate the purchase and sale agreement, guide you through the closing process, and explain why you need title insurance, a declaration of Homestead, and other relevant documents throughout the closing.
We represent buyers, sellers, lenders, banks, credit unions, developers< and both individuals and corporations.
We also can represent you in any real estate litigation needs such as landlord-tenant disputes and tax liens, and routinely represent clients before local city and town boards, as well as commissions, state agencies, and the state and federal courts.
Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning
From the preparation of wills, revocable trusts, powers of attorney and living wills, to more sophisticated estate planning tools such as insurance trusts, charitable trusts and qualified personal residence trusts, to efficient estate and trust administration, to the preparation of estate, gift and fiduciary income tax returns, the DeVito team focuses on preparing and implementing a comprehensive family wealth succession plan.
Business and Civil Litigation
We advise and represent individuals and corporate clients in the areas of complex commercial litigation, including: breach of fiduciary duties, breach of contract, non-competition agreements, unfair and deceptive trade practices, real estate disputes, construction litigation and employment law before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. Our clients include large and small corporations, individual shareholders, employees, corporate officers, partnerships, and limited liability companies doing business inside and outside of Massachusetts.
Municipal Foreclosures and Real Estate Auctions
DeVito Law Offices deal with probate matters including: residential and commercial real estate closings, estate planning, wills, and municipal foreclosures