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Johnson & Borenstein, LLC - Andover, MA

12 Chestnut Street Andover, MA 01810

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Updated: 10/09/2020

Andover Land Use & Zoning Law Firm

Overview

Mark Johnson opened the Law Office of Mark B. Johnson in Andover, MA in 1986. The firm has grown from one attorney and one secretary to seven attorneys, six paralegals and a support staff of five. Mark and Don Borenstein, who joined the office in 1997, formed Johnson & Borenstein, LLC in 2006. The firm has attorneys admitted to practice law in the State and Federal Courts of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, California and the District of Columbia.

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About Johnson & Borenstein, LLC

Practice Areas

  • Land Use & Zoning
  • Residential Real Estate
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Civil Litigation
  • Land Use & Permitting Small Business Law

Litigation

  • 50%

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Attorneys

Staff

  • Karen L. Bussell, Senior Litigation Paralegal, CLA, 978-475-4488 ext. 777
  • Lianne Patenaude, Paralegal, 978-475-4488 ext. 776
  • Ellen M. Melvin, Paralegal, 978-475-4488 ext. 772
  • Tina M. Wilson, Paralegal, 978-475-4488 ext. 766
  • Maria B. Fraser, Legal Assistant, 978-475-4488 ext. 765
  • Donna M. Moore, Billing Manager, 978-475-4488 ext. 773

Fees

Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

12 Chestnut Street Andover, MA 01810

Fax

  • 978-475-6703

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