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Utilizing her diverse legal background, strong advocacy and litigation skills, Attorney Susan Blum represents clients in landlord-tenant, residential real estate, title issues, and condominium law. She provides her clients with practical guidance starting at the initial client conference all the way to settlement or trial. Attorney Blum has conducted numerous civil trials and appears regularly at Housing Court and District Courts throughout the Commonwealth.

Ms. Blum works closely with property management companies and private landlords on tenant disputes covering evictions, mediation, code violations, and contracts.
In addition, she represents buyers, sellers, and lenders in real estate transactions and commercial leasing, including title review and title clearing issues.

Prior to joining Doherty, Dugan, Cannon, Raymond & Weil, P.C., Attorney Blum was in private practice, specializing in residential real estate and landlord-tenant litigation matters. She has worked both at a Greater Boston Firm concentrating in summary process cases, real estate transactions and advising condominium trustees and been the head of a real estate department at a suburban firm. Having represented buyers, sellers and lenders in hundreds of real estate transactions, residential and commercial leasing, evictions, and collections, tax deferred exchanges, condominium conversions, discrimination and bankruptcy matters has provided Attorney Blum with a depth of knowledge and experience to ensure that transactions run smoothly and litigations are handled with the clients’ needs and goals at the forefront.

  • Ms. Blum is a graduate of Boston College and Suffolk University Law School.
  • She is a member of the Real Estate Bar Association, a title agent for First American and an Advisory Board Member at Charles River Bank
  • She is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts (1987), New York (1987) and Massachusetts Federal District Court (2009).
  • Landlord/Tenant Disputes
  • Real Estate
  • Condominium Law