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Moriarty Troyer & Malloy LLC is a full-service condominium and real estate law firm with decades of experience that provides expert litigation, transactional, general counsel, and common expense fee collection services. Our experience, skill and drive set us apart.

Boston Condo Law Attorneys

Over the past few decades, condo living has exploded in the South End, North End, Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Chestnut Hill, Seaport and other exclusive Boston neighborhoods for the host of benefits they offer both unit owners and those who develop and manage properties. These communities are governed by their own documents as well as Massachusetts and federal law and local by-laws. With these authorities intertwining, even simple tasks like drafting or altering amendments to your governing documents are best accomplished under the close guidance of a seasoned Boston condo law attorney. This is especially true for handling emerging circumstances like breaches in the association’s rules of conduct and lien enforcement for unpaid common expense assessments.


When you choose to work with Moriarty Troyer & Malloy you’ll receive advocacy and counsel from our entire team of Boston condo law attorneys. Our team boasts over 100 years of collective experience navigating condominium disputes, both internally with association members and effected parties and, if circumstances require, externally in Massachusetts and federal courts. Our founding attorneys virtually wrote the book on condominium law in the Commonwealth – successfully arguing several seminal condominium cases, helping to amend the Massachusetts Condominium Act, drafting amicus briefs for the Community Associates Institute and continuing a track-record of success in Suffolk County, throughout Metro-Boston and across Massachusetts.

With these authorities intertwining, even simple tasks like drafting or altering amendments to your governing documents are best accomplished under the close guidance of a seasoned Boston condo law attorney.

Condominium associations in Boston adhere to their own governing documents, the Massachusetts Condominium Act, federal and state law, local ordinances and by-laws as well as common law principals. A layman or less experienced attorney can become easily misdirected by the layers of authority. At Moriarty Troyer & Malloy we’ve gained a thorough understanding of the implications these legal forces hold and can apply them to the parameters of your case to provide a favorable solution. Our depth of experienced attorneys allows us to deliver comprehensive legal guidance and advocacy with a timely turn-around.

Contact our Boston condo law attorneys at our Boston or our Braintree, Massachusetts locations to get started today. Call us today at (781) 817-4900, email us at info@lawmtm.com or send us a message on our contact page today.