Affordable Housing & Tax-Exempt Financing
Partner Karen J. Kepler has more than 20 years of experience providing a full range of services in the area of affordable housing, multi-family residential and community economic development transactions, including federal and state low-income housing tax credit projects, tax-exempt bond financing, HUD and Fannie Mae financings, and Chapter 40B (Comprehensive Permits).
Commercial Real Estate
Together with his partners Barry Finegold, Christine Sullivan Higgins, Jay Eigerman and Karen Kepler, group leader Kenneth E. MacKenzie handles all aspects of commercial real estate law, including highly complex land acquisitions and dispositions. Closely related practice groups include Affordable Housing & Tax-Exempt Financing, Corporate Law & Commercial Lending, and Zoning & Land Use.
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Corporate Law & Commercial Lending
Under partner Christine Higgins Sullivan, attorneys in this group represent financial institutions, institutional investors and other commercial lenders, as well as private sponsors and equity borrowers, across various industries in connection with senior and mezzanine loan transactions. They also counsel start-ups, sole proprietors, entrepreneurs, non-profit organizations, and family-owned and other businesses in connection with entity formation, mergers and acquisitions, contracts and general business transactions.
Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy
Assisted by Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Phil Graeter, partner Jesse Redlener represents: banks, trustees, landlords, secured and unsecured creditors, businesses and individuals in the various stages and chapters of bankruptcy; consumer debtors in Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy filings, pre-bankruptcy negotiations and out of court workouts; and businesses debtors in Chapter 7 and 11 filings, out of court wind downs, liquidations and assignments for the benefit of creditors.
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Estate & Special Needs Planning
Led by partner David Burbridge, this group provides a broad range of trust and estate services to help clients preserve their wealth, and to enable them to pass assets to their beneficiaries in the most appropriate and tax-efficient manner. We also advise families of individuals with disabilities, working closely with those families seeking governmental services, and in securing those benefits through the use of Supplemental Special Needs Trusts.
Hospitality & Recreation
Partner Kenneth E. MacKenzie leads the firm’s Hospitality & Recreation practice. Before joining Dalton & Finegold, Mr. MacKenzie spent 25 years as a member of two of Boston’s largest law firms, most recently as a partner and co-leader of the Goulston & Storrs Hospitality and Recreation Group.
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Residential Real Estate
Together with managing partner Barry Finegold, associates Heather Dennehy and Jessica Prince, and the firm’s many experienced paralegals, founding partner Bill Dalton’s Residential Real Estate group handles acquisitions and dispositions ranging from single-family homes to large land subdivisions, for sellers, buyers, investors, lenders and developers. The firm’s affiliate Gold Title, P.C., closes transactions in all 50 states.
Zoning & Land Use
Partner Jay Eigerman leads the firm’s Zoning & Land Use practice. Together with partners Phil Graeter and Karen Kepler, Mr. Eigerman represents residential, commercial and institutional real estate developers to secure all necessary government approvals at the federal, state and local levels. Trained as a city planner and a lawyer, his expertise includes conducting zoning and permitting due diligence, devising and implementing permitting strategies, and writing zoning and permitting opinions for financing.