Boston Real Estate Law Lawyer
Arthur Goldberg is the Managing Partner of Nathanson & Goldberg. A lifelong resident of Massachusetts, he now resides is Swampscott with his wife Esther. He is the proud father of three grown children: his son Howard who is married to Jennifer Stam; his son Jason who is married to Dale Raben; and his daughter Miriam. Arthur and Esther are also the proud grandparents of Wesley Eitan Goldberg, born in July, 2009 and Wyatt Gabriel Goldberg born in January, 2011. Attorney Goldberg practices in all areas of the law with special concentration in the areas of Business Law and Real Estate Law which encompasses conveyancing for institutional lenders, development, acquisition and condominium law. Attorney Goldberg represents property management firms in landlord and tenant litigation in both commercial and residential situations, and prepares and interprets general documents. He represents institutional and private lenders in the preparation of all loan documents. His Business Law practice includes advising business owners of both small and large companies with regards to entity selection and operational issues. He is Member of the Massachusetts Bar and the Bar of the U.S. District court for the District of Massachusetts and the State of Florida. Mr. Goldberg is also involved in many civic and educational associations in his community.
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