With nearly five decades of combined legal experience, Attorney John Martino and Attorney John Tramontozzi have the knowledge and skill to successfully represent clients in a wide variety of real estate, family law, estate planning and litigation matters. We handle matters that include: personal injury and wrongful death cases, auto accidents, medical malpractice, family law, divorce, real estate and much more anywhere in Massachusetts or New Hampshire. Martino & Tramontozzi take a team, problem solving approach, to resolving clients’ legal issues in a thoughtful, compassionate and cost-effective manner.
John Martino, Esquire
New England Law Boston, J.D. 2001
Hofstra University B.A. 1997
John Martino is a knowledgeable and experienced attorney with a passion for the law. His areas of practice are vast and include all aspects of commercial and residential real estate conveyancing and civil litigation involving personal injury, real estate and family law. He regularly represents companies, individuals, and institutions in a variety of matters that range from the closing table to the courtroom. Attorney Martino regularly represents clients in family law cases involving divorce, child support and custody, property division and alimony treating each client with the care and understanding that they deserve.
Attorney Martino represents buyers, sellers and lenders in all real estate transactions. He skillfully negotiates purchase and sale agreements, leases and real estate contracts. He handles all aspects of purchases and refinances including, reviewing title examinations, issuing title insurance and preparing closing documents.
He has successfully resolved hundreds of cases through mediation, arbitration, and trial in both state and federal courts throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Utilizing a problem-solving approach to complex issues and disputes, he seamlessly guides clients through the legal process.
Prior to establishing Martino & Tramontozzi, LLC, Attorney Martino was a Senior Attorney with the Law Office of Robert E. Noonan in Boston. He defended both personal and commercial insureds in a myriad of legal actions representing individuals, companies and lenders in a wide range of transactions.
Attorney Martino is also a respected mediator and arbitrator, who draws on his extensive legal experiences to facilitate fair settlements between plaintiffs and defendants.
John Tramontozzi, Esquire
Suffolk Law School, J.D. 1982
Boston College, B.S. 1979
He has practiced law in Massachusetts State and Federal Courts since 1982.
As an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County from 1982-1987, John successfully prosecuted serious criminal defendants and also provided the DA’s office with valuable research and writing skills. Included in this work are many cases decided by the Appeals and Supreme Judicial Courts of Massachusetts.
Following his work in the DA’s office, Attorney Tramontozzi was retained by Commercial Union Insurance Company and OneBeacon Insurance Group as a Senior Trial Attorney, handling personal injury actions, construction site accidents, environmental claims, general insurance coverage disputes and the prosecution of many subrogation matters. He represented both personal and commercial clients.
In addition to his busy trial practice, John has served as a mediator and arbitrator on various matters relating to personal injury, domestic relations and contract law. He has volunteered his mediation skills for the Malden and Lawrence District Courts.
Since 2006, Attorney Tramontozzi has been an elected Alderman in the City of Melrose, where he is responsible for carrying out the legislative powers of the City, including issuance of licenses, appropriations, appointments to commissions and boards, reviewing zoning matters and constituent services.
Amy Connors, Esquire
New England School of Law
Attorney Connors has many years of experience in real estate law. She earned her J.D. from New England School of Law, where she concentrated her studies in Real Estate and Property Law. Throughout law school, she worked as a paralegal for a Real Estate Attorney, and she was a land use intern at the prestigious Land Use firm of Regnante, Sterio and Osborne, located in Wakefield, Massachusetts. She has a wide range of real estate and property knowledge from academic and practical perspectives.
She earned her B.A. from Harvard University with honors, where she concentrated her studies in English. Before becoming an Attorney, she was an English teacher at Andover High School. There she was nominated as “Teacher of the Year,” by several students.
She has recently been appointed to the Boxford Cultural Arts Committee. She has organized Fundraisers for Dress for Success, which is an organization that helps women enter the workplace with confidence, and believes strongly in giving back to the community. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the YWCA in Lawrence, a non-profit organization.
She lives in Boxford with her family.
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