Our Practice

Practice Areas

  • Property law  
  • Real estate  
  • Business law  
  • Contract law   
  • Probate law

  • Real Estate  We assist Buyers, Sellers and Lenders with both residential and commercial real estate transactions including reviewing, negotiating and preparing real estate agreements.  We act as a liaison between Real Estate Agents, Lenders, participating Attorneys and other involved parties to facilitate the transaction and to resolve any issues which may come up during the process. We can assist clients with 1031 tax exchanges and can help both seasoned investors and first time home buyers with their purchase. We can also help purchasers using private financing and can draft  loan documents for private financing. Additionally, we can help Buyers navigate the often confusing path to purchasing properties from the Government or properties held by major Banks through foreclosure. We have also helped clients with loan restructuring, refinances, recasting of loans and bond closings.   

  • Probate Law  Our office can help you prepare for end of life planning which can alleviate any burden on those who you leave behind.  Our office can prepare your  will, trust, durable power of attorney and  health care proxy. If you have recently lost a loved one, we can guide you through the process of administering the estate or help with the appointment of a guardian or conservator. 

  • Business Law  We assist clients in business entity formation such as Corporations, Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies  and can provide you with other possibly required  documentation such as Confidentiality Agreements, Asset Purchase Agreements, Non-Competition Agreements and  Executive Employment Agreements. We can also help review leases or purchase and sale agreements for your business location and work with a Lender on commercial financing for your business.



Linda A. Condino


Linda A. Condino has been practicing law since 1998 and focuses her practice on property law, real estate, business law, contract law and employment law.   

She has successfully closed many real estate transactions including hundreds of residential closings and multi-million dollar commercial real estate closings with national and international participants and investors. She has assisted non-profits including Churches and Organizations with purchases, sales and refinances.  

Linda has also worked with both domestic and international clients on matters including entity formation, entity acquisitions and asset purchases. She has done land exchanges with the Federal Government, multi-layered financing arrangements, leases, purchase and sale agreements and real estate transactions which have involved bond closings and 1031 tax exchanges.   

She is familiar with charter school law and has drafted charter school applications, charter school by-laws, education management contracts, non-competition agreements and confidentiality agreements. Linda is experienced with public bid laws and has worked with public entities in construction of new buildings. She also has experience with municipal law, liquor licenses, special permits, zone changes and variances.   

She has represented public entities in site location and requisition of land and buildings, zoning and permitting actions, eminent domain cases and 1031 tax exchanges.    

As a licensed Massachusetts real estate broker and a past owner of Western Massachusetts Property Consultants, she managed property held by private investors and property owned by financial institutions and has a strong understanding of the perspective of business owners. Linda is also a Massachusetts certified mediator, certified real estate instructor and a member of the Board of Trustees for the SABIS International Charter School.


Paula Chizmar


Paula Chizmar is a seasoned Paralegal who has worked in the legal field since 1983. She has extensive experience in residential and commercial real estate and has also worked with business entity formation, asset purchase agreements and business contracts.