Ms. Rhatigan has been a real estate and litigation attorney for more than 15 years. With commercial and residential real estate as her focus, her experience includes purchase and sale representation, real estate conveyancing, transaction structuring, condominium conversions, zoning, affordable housing, real estate finance, joint ventures and partnerships, and leasing. With respect to her residential real estate practice, Ms. Rhatigan has represented a diverse range of clients, including luxury home buyers, sophisticated developers, and non-profit entities. She has also represented numerous lenders, including local and national banks, mortgage brokers and mortgage companies. She has expertise in evaluating and resolving complex title issues, including those involving foreclosures, bankruptcies and short sales. Ms. Rhatigan’s litigation experience includes joint ownership disputes, landlord/tenant disputes, condominium matters, easement negotiations, and zoning variance appeals.
Prior to joining Trilogy Law LLC in December 2012, Ms. Rhatigan practiced with the Cambridge, Massachusetts law firm of Pressman & Kruskal. Ms. Rhatigan 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, in which she was successful in negotiating several six-figure settlements on behalf of clients.
Ms. Rhatigan is a graduate of Brown University and Georgetown University Law Center. She is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar.
Ms. Rhatigan serves as Chairperson of the Weston Affordable Housing Trust, a municipal trust established by the Town of Weston, Massachusetts in order to create and preserve affordable housing. She also serves on the Weston Housing Partnership, a partnership developed to assist the Town in developing affordable housing policies. Ms. Rhatigan formerly served on the Town of Weston’s Community Preservation Committee as the Housing representative.