Paul A. Magliocchetti

My clients are a priority in my practice and I make every effort to give each client the individualized attention he/she deserves. I carefully review each client's specific needs, goals and objectives, then utilize my extensive experience together with creative thinking, to accomplish those goals and objectives.”

Paul has been practicing law for many years and is licensed in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Paul attended the College of the Holy Cross and graduated with a B.A. in Philosophy. After college he started his own business as a manufacturer representative specializing in the defense industry and also invested in real estate. Upon obtaining financial independence Paul attended Suffolk University Law School and earned his law degree 1994.

After graduating law school Paul returned to business as an owner of his own manufacturing company. Paul developed and made components for advanced manufacturing systems for high tech manufacturing firms. In 2002, Paul’s interest in real estate led him to begin a law practice. During Paul’s first few years as a lawyer, he primarily specialized in small business law, real estate transactions, zoning and permitting. In 2004 Paul expanded his practice to include estate planning, probate and civil litigation.

Paul is a member of the Mass. Bar Association, NH Bar Association, Maine Bar Association, Haverhill Bar Association, Salem, NH Bar Association, Essex County Bar Association, The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), MA and NH NAELA Chapters, the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), Massachusetts Collaborative Law Counsel (MCLC), Collaborative Law of New Hampshire, Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce, an elected member of the City of Haverhill School Committee, a Director on the Board of the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce, a Director on the Board of Bethany Homes and a Director on the Finance Council at St. John the Baptist Parish.

Paul’s practice areas include real estate law, zoning, estate planning, probate administration, business and corporate law and civil litigation.