Professional Profile: Michael P. Healy, Esq.
Michael P. Healy, Esq. practices law in the areas of business and corporate, probate and administration, residential and commercial real estate, environmental, zoning and municipal law matters. In private practice since 1971, Mr. Healy contributes to many professional and civic organizations. As a member of the American Bar Association for Massachusetts, he has served on the Business, Property and Tax Sections. He served as a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Board of Delegates and the Association’s Business, Property and Real Estate Sections. He is a past president of the Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts, a past member of its Title, Forms and Practice Standards Committees and a past chair of its Nominating Committee.
He received a BSEE from Michigan Technological University and earned his JD at Suffolk Law School. He received his mediation training in 1997 from the Framingham Court Mediation Services.
Mr. Healy is a respected author and lecturer and has participated in numerous educational programs relating to various aspects of real estate law practice. Some of his recent works published in Lawyers Weekly, Banker & Tradesman and The Conveyancer (respectively) include “Public Service Corporations vs. Municipal Zoning”, “IRS Targets Real Estate Attorneys”, “The Proposed Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act”, “Real Estate Broker Commission Law Clarified”, and “Selected Tax Issues Concerning Commercial Real Estate”. He has lectured on subjects ranging from mortgage loan inspections to estate and investment planning.