Massachusetts Lawyers That Guide Real Estate Developers Through Municipal Legal Requirements.

Salem law practice has been go-to firm for developers for 50 years
Serafini, Darling & Correnti handles real estate development, municipal law and hospital and healthcare legal matters. Based in Salem, Massachusetts, we serve clients in Boston’s North Shore Region, including Peabody, Beverly, Danvers, Marblehead and Lynn. Whether you need assistance to secure a zoning variance or to subdivide property, Serafini, Darling & Correnti has the skills and experience to assist you.

Attorneys John R. Serafini, Sr., John E. Darling and Joseph C. Correnti are well-known and respected for their knowledge of municipal and land use law. For 50 years, the firm has been the go-to resource for developers, contractors, architects, engineers and others doing business with municipalities in Boston’s North Shore. We deliver the following to our clients:

  • Municipal law knowledge — For 50 years, Serafini, Darling & Correnti has skillfully navigated municipal legal requirements for developers along Boston’s North Shore. We draw on decades of experience and case histories in municipal law to deliver positive results to our current clients.
  • Professional network — We work with employees in all municipal offices along the North Shore Region, enabling us to work efficiently and effectively for our clients. We are completely familiar with the players and processes and can get things done quickly.
  • Superior client service — Clients receive personal attention from start to finish. We are accessible and responsive, returning calls and emails and answering questions promptly.

Serafini, Darling & Correnti represents clients in legal matters regarding real estate permitting, land use and environmental law, municipal law and hotel, restaurant and liquor licensing.

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Call Serafini, Darling & Correnti at 978-744-0212 or contact us online for a free consultation on your municipal, land use or liquor licensing issue.