About Dalton & Finegold
Our experience allows us to perform expertly and efficiently.
At Dalton & Finegold, our expert attorneys and staff collaborate closely with clients to understand their objectives and determine how to best achieve their goals. Our personalized and expert service is the product of our team’s readiness to add value at every opportunity.
Founding partners Bill Dalton and Barry Finegold grew up together in Andover, Massachusetts.
After working in Boston for several years, they established Dalton & Finegold, LLP in 2000. The firm originally focused solely on Residential Real Estate. Over its first decade, the firm represented lenders, buyers and sellers in hundreds of transactions across Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Meanwhile, the firm’s affiliate Gold Title, P.C. has grown to handle transactions in all 50 states. Dalton & Finegold’s clients represent a wide range of individuals, families and industries, including, technology, life science, restaurants, retail, hotels and professional services firms.
In 2010, to better serve all the needs of its growing client base, Dalton & Finegold added partners specializing in the areas of Commercial Real Estate, Estate Planning, and Litigation and Dispute Resolution. In 2011, the firm strengthened its Commercial Real Estate and Corporate Law practices by adding four partners from Boston law firms whose skill sets include Complex Land Dispositions, Corporate Law & Commercial Lending, Hotels & Entertainment, and Zoning & Land Use. Like our founding partners, all our lawyers have roots in Massachusetts, and most have practiced at larger firms or organizations having come to Dalton & Finegold in search of a better platform for legal practice. Our experience and expertise allow us to provide efficient services in a wide range of legal fields and jurisdictions, while our office locations in both Boston and Andover allow a streamlined management system to keep hourly and per-transaction costs competitive for our clients.
Our attorneys and staff are readily available to meet your legal needs.