Member of the American Property Tax Counsel, an international affiliation of Property Tax Attorneys.
Commitment to our clients and dedication to achievement has earned Saliba and Saliba its national recognition. "The Power to Tax is the Power to Destroy", therefore, our goal has always been to procure equitable assessments in a timely and efficacious manner. The single most important aspect of any ad valorem real property tax matter is a thorough understanding of valuation and its application to the law. Only a law firm with experience can provide this service. The Law Offices of Saliba & Saliba serves clients in Massachusetts and throughout most of New England.
4 Derne Street
Boston MA 02114
Law Offices of Saliba & Saliba will represent your Tax legal matters.
Practice Areas: -Property Tax Assessments -Property Tax Appeals -Property Tax Abatements
-Florida (inactive), 1982
-New Hampshire, 2004
Suffolk University, J.D.
Associations & memberships:
-Massachusetts Bar Association
-New Hampshire Bar Association
-American Property Tax Counsel (Member)
-Massachusetts Bar Association Tax Council
-Co-Chairman of the Municipal Tax Practice Group of the Massachusetts Bar Association
-Vice-Chairman of the Taxation Law Section Council of The Massachusetts Bar Association
David G. Saliba is a partner in the Boston, Massachusetts Law Offices of Saliba & Saliba. David is a member of the American Property Tax Counsel, The Massachusetts Bar Association and The New Hampshire Bar Association. Before becoming a partner with Saliba & Saliba, David worked at the Massachusetts Department of Revenue Office of Special Investigations. David authored the Legal Opinion Column for the Massachusetts Association of Assessing Officers Newsletter from 1982 to 2000. He also authored a monthly tax column for the publication Globest.com. He currently authors a quarterly tax column for the American Property Tax Counsel. David has lectured at the Massachusetts Assessors' School at the University of Massachusetts, and for the Institute for Professionals in Taxation and the American Bar Association. David is Chairman of the Taxation Law Section Council of The Massachusetts Bar Association and is the past Co-Chairman of the Municipal Tax Practice Group of the Massachusetts Bar Association. He has also served as Co-Chairman of The Municipal Tax Committee of The Boston Bar Association.
David practices entirely in the field of property taxation. He handles property tax matters at all levels of appeal.
Juris Doctorate, !981
Suffolk University, LL.B.
Member of the Massachusetts Bar since 1952. Author of the book published by the IAAO entitled "Real Estate Valuation in Court." Former Assistant Corporation Counsel for the City of Boston. Former Associate Commissioner of Assessing for the City of Boston. Former Chief Trial Attorney for the City of Boston Assessing Department. Prior Author of the legal opinion column for the Massachusetts Association of Assessing Officers. Former instructor of real estate tax appeal at Suffolk University Law School. Has lectured before the Massachusetts Assessors' School, the Northeast Regional Association of Assessing Officers and the IAAO. Former member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation. Member of the American Property Tax Counsel.