A home is the largest asset most people will own in their lifetime. Protect your investment by hiring a thorough, experienced attorney to handle your residential property sale or purchase. We represent homebuyers or homeowners in negotiation of purchase offers, and preparing or reviewing sales agreements. Clients benefit from a smooth and efficient closing. We also handle:
- Commercial lease agreements
- Residential leases
- Condominium sales agreements
Mr. Hale has served on the Planning Board for the Town of Middleborough, and represents developers in permitting and zoning for subdivision or commercial development. Attorney Hale can handle all contracts for sale or purchase of land and buildings.
A mobile home is considered personal property, not real estate. The Law Office of Lawrence L. Hale represents the rights of trailer park owners and mobile home residents in transactions and tenancy disputes under the unique set of Massachusetts laws governing manufactured homes.
We represent both property owners and tenants in residential or commercial lease disputes (breach of terms) and eviction proceedings (summary process). Mr. Hale is experienced in both District Court and Housing Court. Lawrence L. Hale has practiced real estate law in Massachusetts since 1976. For reliable legal advice in any residential or commercial property matter, contact our Carver office for an initial consultation.
Serving Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod & The Islands Including the communities of Carver, Plymouth, Brockton, Bourne, Middleborough, Barnstable, Falmouth, Wareham, Rochester, Plympton, Halifax, Marshfield, Bridgewater, Mattapoisett, Sandwich, Lakeville, Freetown, Duxbury, Kingston, Marion, Mashpee, Cotuit, Hyannis, Woods Hole, Brewster, Yarmouth (s), Harwich (s), Orleans, Chatham and Welfleet
Plymouth County • Dukes County • Barnstable County