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At Dalton & Finegold, LLP, our partners work closely with clients to understand and accomplish their objectives expertly and efficiently. We pride ourselves on being readily available, thinking strategically before we embark upon zealous advocacy, and always seeking to add value.

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EXPERTISE

Our partners specialize in Affordable Housing & Tax-Exempt Financing, Commercial Real Estate, Corporate Law & Commercial Lending, Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy, Estate & Special Needs Planning, Hotels & Entertainment, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Residential Real Estate, and Zoning & Land Use.

EFFICIENCY

All our lawyers have roots in Massachusetts, have practiced in Boston at larger firms or organizations, and have come to Dalton & Finegold, LLP, for a better platform for legal practice. Our experience allows us to perform expertly and efficiently, in a wide range of legal fields and jurisdictions, while our location outside of Boston and our streamlined management structure allow us to keep hourly and per-transaction costs down for our clients.

Turbine Projects Marred by Litigation

Check out the latest article by Chris Vaccaro in the Banker & Tradesman. Click here to read the article about the wind energy projects in Falmouth, MA.  

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Cuba: Could this be the return of the jewel of the Caribbean?

Cuba is the latest target for the hospitality business. Learn about the history of Cuba’s culture and tourism and why it is currently a popular tourist destination. Click here to read the article by Ken Mackenzie.

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Another Blow for Residential Landlords

Please check out the latest article by Christopher Vaccaro. Click here to read the latest article in the Banker & Tradesman!

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Land Court Rules that Broker’s Text Message Creates Binding Contract

The Statue of Frauds requires that real estate contracts be written and signed by the parties, in order to be legally enforceable.  Increasingly, courts are finding that emails can establish a legally binding purchase and sale agreement.  In April, the Massachusetts Land Court ruled that text messages, when taken together with other communications, can create an enforceable agreement to sell …

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