Real Estate Law
Issue Title Insurance
Landlord-Tenant Law, Lease Disputes & Evictions
Condominium Law: Representing Condominium Associations in the Collection of Unpaid Condominium Dues
Consumer Rights & M.G.L.c. 93A Claims
Constitutional Law First Amendment Rights
As real estate is the nation’s largest market, the purchase and sale of real estate is essential to the health of the US economy. However, these transactions are never without risk. That’s why title insurance has been protecting American homeowners for more than 125 years.
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Mari G. Chamberlain, Esq.
Mari received her B.A. from Baylor University earning honors for her major and the top honors award for her minor. She then attended Regent University, School of Law, where she served on the Moot Court Board and Trial Advocacy Board. In 2006 she was accepted into the Blackstone Fellowship.
After graduating from law school, Mari joined Jacobi & Chamberlain, LLP where she concentrated her practice in civil litigation and real estate transactions. In 2011 she relocated to Cape Cod with her husband and focused her practice in real estate law at Glynn Law Offices. In 2014 Mari joined La Tanzi, Spaulding & Landreth, P.C. as a litigation associate where she litigated cases in the areas of landlord-tenant law, construction law, debt collection, condominium law and probate litigation. In 2015, Mari established the Law Firm of Mari G. Chamberlain which focuses on civil litigation and residential real estate conveyancing.
Regent University, School of Law, 2008
Baylor University, 2005
United States District Court, District of Massachusetts, 2010
Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts