Sarah has been a real estate and litigation attorney for over 20 years. With commercial and luxury residential real estate as her focus, her experience includes purchase and sale representation, transaction structuring, joint ventures, real estate finance, zoning, leasing, housing, and condominium matters. She has represented institutional and private real estate clients both nationally and regionally in multi-million dollar purchases, sales and development projects involving various asset types including office buildings, multifamily housing, industrial/manufacturing facilities, shopping centers, and mixed-use properties. Sarah also has a robust practice in retail, office and industrial leasing. In her zoning practice, Sarah has appeared before numerous planning and zoning boards seeking zoning permits and other relief for clients. With respect to her residential real estate practice, Sarah has represented a broad range of clients, including high net worth buyers and sellers, sophisticated developers, estates, and family offices. She has also represented numerous lenders, including local and national banks, private lenders, mortgage brokers and mortgage companies. She has particular expertise in evaluating and resolving complex title and other real estate due diligence issues and has litigated or mediated disputes involving joint ownership, landlord/tenant disputes, and land use rights, as well as condominium matters, easement negotiations, and zoning special permit and variance appeals
Prior to joining Trilogy Law LLC in December 2012, Sarah practiced with the Cambridge, Massachusetts law firm of Pressman & Kruskal. At Pressman & Kruskal, Sarah handled a broad range of real estate and litigation matters on behalf of buyers and sellers of real estate, developers, lenders, condominium associations, non-profit entities, and private businesses. In addition, her litigation practice included childhood lead poisoning representation, where she was successful in negotiating several high six-figure settlements on behalf of clients.
Sarah is a graduate of Brown University and Georgetown University Law Center. She attended her third year of law school at Harvard University Law School. She is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar.
Sarah serves as Chairperson of the Weston Affordable Housing Trust, a municipal trust established by the Town of Weston, Massachusetts where she helped develop a seven-unit 100% affordable rental apartment project now owned and operated by the Trust. Her current endeavor as Chair involves leveraging Community Preservation Act funds that she secured for the Trust in order to partner with a private, non-profit developer to create deed-restricted affordable homeownership units in the Town of Weston. Sarah formerly served on the Town of Weston’s Housing Partnership, a planning and advocacy board, and the Weston Community Preservation Committee.
Sarah is a member of the Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts.