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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.

Condominium Law Attorney in Boston

Many Bostonians choose to live in condos to take advantage of their unique amenities like shared swimming pools, trash pick-up and snow removal. Associations like condominiums, planned developments, stock co-operatives and senior living condominiums are governed by their own governing documents, by-laws and rules and regulations. As a trustee, manager, developer, contractor, financial institution or other party with invested interest, these covenants can hold significant legal implications for your business. At Moriarty Troyer & Malloy our attorneys apply their over 100 years of collective experience to your specific issues. This allows us to provide success-driven legal advocacy and counsel in Boston, throughout the Metro region and across Massachusetts.


Not only do condominiums adhere to their own governing documents – they must also follow the Massachusetts Condominium Act, federal and other state law, local ordinances as well as common law principals. Due to the complex nature that the intersection of these various authorities creates, even operational tasks like drafting and altering amendments for your condominium association should be overseen by an experienced condominium law attorney in Boston. Professional intervention becomes unavoidable when circumstances like breaches of the association’s rules of conduct or a failure to pay common expense assessments arise.

Instead of relying on the strength of one condominium law attorney in Boston, allow our team at Moriarty Troyer & Malloy to provide you with truly comprehensive advocacy and counsel.

Instead of relying on the strength of one condominium law attorney in Boston, allow our team at Moriarty Troyer & Malloy to provide you with truly comprehensive advocacy and counsel. Our founding members have helped to shape Massachusetts’ continuously evolving condominium laws through their work litigating cases, amending the Massachusetts Condominium Act and drafting amicus briefs for the Community Associates Institute. Our track record of successful outcomes in Suffolk County, throughout Metro-Boston and across Massachusetts further substantiates our credibility.

Take the first step in addressing the legal issues facing your condominium community and call our team of Boston condominium law attorneys today at (781) 817-4900, email info@lawmtm.com or send us a message on our contact page today.