Attorney Barry Gordon

Attorney Barry Gordon

Attorney Barry Gordon has been practicing law in Massachusetts since 1969. When asked to describe what makes a good attorney, he says "good listening skills, empathy, and straight-forward advice. The way I approach a client is to listen to what they want done, clarify what I can do, and then explain the viable options and their associated costs in time and money." Partnering with the client, he searches for creative options the client may not have considered.

Prior to forming the Law Offices of Barry J. Gordon, P.C. in 1992, Mr. Gordon was a Partner of the law firm of Davis & Gordon, P.C. A member of the Massachusetts Bar and the Florida Bar and The Real Estate Bar Association, with years of experience in Real Estate, Barry represents buyers, sellers, and lenders in residential and commercial transactions. He also prepares condominium documents and acts as counsel for condominium associations. In addition, he is an agent for title insurance companies.

Because of his years of experience, Barry recognizes the hard work and sacrifice of business owners, especially family business owners, and is committed to working with the owners to position the business to pass along to a new generation, bring in new partners or sell Barry uses a multidisciplinary approach utilizing the services of financial planners, accountants, lenders and social workers and psychologists. This approach allows Barry the opportunity to achieve a true resolution of the situation. While Barry will work with the client to resolve problems, he knows that sometimes it's not possible. When that situation occurs, he will work for clients to provide vigorous and strong representation.

In the area of Business Law, he negotiates purchases and sales of businesses and prepares the appropriate agreements.

Barry has been married for 43 years and has 2 children and 3 grandchildren and a Shih Tzu (Doogie). He and his wife, Renee enjoy worldwide travel, reading and have a passion for exploring new foods and restaurants.

Published on April 16, 2015
Barry Gordon, real estate attorney, talked about the importance of having an attorney to represent both sellers and buyers during a transaction in real estate. Barry also touched on duties of the attorney and the benefits of having legal representation.