Legal Guidance For Land Use And Zoning Matters
For more than 30 years, we have been working with state and local governments to resolve land use and zoning issues for our clients. We have earned the respect of both clients and municipalities alike for our measured approach to coordinating development plans with multiple companies and government agencies. Identifying and resolving conflicts between developer goals and laws regarding land use and zoning helps avoid costly penalties and fines down the road.
A Singular Focus On Real Estate Development
Founding attorney James L. Roberti has devoted his career to being at the forefront of real estate development. In addition to his law degree, he has a master’s degree in real estate development from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a sought-after expert witness and works regularly in real estate mediation. His singular focus is shared among the entire legal team at James L. Roberti, P.C. – we are always on the cutting edge of regulatory changes and are constantly finding creative ways to meet the needs of our clients.
Land Use Agency Proceedings
Our attorneys routinely represent real estate developers in land use proceedings with municipalities and local governments. We assist with a variety of issues, including:
- Site plan approvals
- Variances and conditional uses
- Easements and adverse possession
- Special use permits
- Due diligence investigations
- Zoning amendments
- Environmental risk factors
Our goal is to do everything in our power to prevent delays. We understand that with real estate development projects, even a delay of three days in getting a permit can mean thousands of dollars in additional costs. When our clients need a fast response, we are always ready to respond.
Contact James L. Roberti, P.C. For An Initial Consultation
To discuss zoning and land use issues, schedule a consultation by calling the Milford offices of James L. Roberti, P.C., at 508-589-4388 or filling out our online contact form. We serve clients across the Boston metro area and throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.