Tufts University, B.A., Economics, 2005
Suffolk University Law School, J.D., cum laude, 2009
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Attorney John V. Hurd manages the firm’s Arlington grew up and currently resides in Arlington with his wife and son. Mr. Hurd’s practice focuses on commercial and residential real estate law and estate planning law.
In his real estate practice, Mr. Hurd concentrates on commercial and residential real estate conveyancing law. Mr. Hurd represents buyers, lenders and sellers in real estate transactions throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire.
Mr. Hurd’s real estate practice also involves condominium formation and conversions; landlord/tenant matters (commercial and residential); and land use/zoning law.
In his estate planning practice, Mr. Hurd prepares wills, trusts and complex estate plans for families and individuals. Mr. Hurd also advises clients regarding Medicaid planning strategies and asset protection strategies to reduce or eliminate estate taxes upon death.
Criminal Law-First Circuit Allows Guilty Plea for Misprision to Stand Under Plain Error Review United States v. Caraballo Rodriguez, Comment, 41 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 387 (2008),
The Great Standby Rate Debate: Analysis of a Key Barrier to the Influx of Needed New Alternative Energy Sources, Note, 42 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 939 (2009).