Mirageas and Avery LLC concentrate its practice in Civil Litigation with an Emphasis in Construction Law, Land Use, Wetlands, Landlord Tenant; Title, and Employment Law, Mechanic Liens, Boundary Disputes, Collections and much more.
Peter Mirageas has been Practicing Law for over 30 years. Peter' past as a field Engineer with Turner Construction, as a Licensed Construction Supervisor, as a Developer, and as a Landlord gives him insight to the practical as well as the legal issues which need to be addressed in most Real Estate issues which arise. Peter' experience over the years has made him well versed in the numerous areas of real estate law. The firm is not a transactional firm handling closings in volume but handles matter which are in litigation or could turn into litigation if not resolved at an earlier stage. Attorney Ryan Avery practices real estate Law as well, with a concentration in Employment Law
300 E. Main Street
Milford MA 01757
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$300. an hour
Mirageas & Avery LLC is a Civil Litigation and Real Estate firm. We concentrate in Construction Law, Emploment Law, Contract Disputes, Boundary Issues, Wetland Issues, Landord Tenant Issues,. Home Improvement Act Violations, Liens, and much more.
Peter Mirageas has been practicing Civil Litigation and Real Estate Law for over 30 years. His past experience as a field engineer with Turner Construction, Developer, and Landlord gives him practical as well as legal insight to solutions in the Real Estate Field. Ryan Avery is also experienced in the Field of real estate Law and is a Zoning Board of Appeals Member in the Town Oxford MA. Ryan also has a concentration in Employment Law.
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