Dennis E. Tully, Attorney at Law

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  • Real Estate Conveyancing; Title Examinations; Quiet Title; Probate Matters; Estate Planning, Zoning Matters
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At Dennis Tully, Attorney at Law, you will receive the best representation possible. Dennis Tully has 20 years of real estate law expertise. He will give your case professional and personal attention. Call Dennis Tully, Attorney at Law, for all your attorney needs.

Atty. Tully specializes in real estate closings, representing both sellers and buyers; refinance of existing mortgages, tax title properties; Quiet Title Actions in the Land Court; landlord/tenant issues, Estate Planning, including preparation of wills, health care proxies, and durable powers of attorney; Probating and Administration of estates and related probate matters.

Areas of Practice (5)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Real Estate Closings
  • Complex Real Estate
  • Title Problems
  • Wills
  • Estate Planning

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