Donna Toman Salvidio
 
 

Fletcher Tilton Professionals

 

Attorneys


Donna Toman Salvidio
Officer


Phone: 508-459-8072




All aspects of residential and commercial Real Estate are the focus for Donna Toman Salvidio, who is an officer of the firm and Chairperson of Fletcher Tilton’s Condominium Law practice area. Since joining the firm in 1990, Attorney Salvidio has played an integral role in the firm’s Real Estate practice area. Her work covers a full spectrum of real estate-related matters, with particular emphasis on housing law, condominium law, commercial leasing and transactional work. Her clients include individuals, condominium associations, property management companies and businesses throughout Massachusetts.

Attorney Salvidio prides herself on delivering quality, personalized service. She routinely advises condominium associations and their managers on a wide range of matters affecting condominium communities including: reviewing, drafting, interpreting and amending condominium documents, advising boards on rules enforcement and governance matters, lien enforcement, handling developer transition issues, negotiating and reviewing contracts and addressing general liability and insurance issues. In addition to her work with condominiums, Attorney Salvidio has extensive experience in residential housing law including landlord-tentant law and the development of affordable housing. She also specializes in commercial and residential leasing where she routinely negotiates, drafts and advises on residential, retail, office and industrial lease transactions and related disputes. Attorney Salvidio also handles a full range of real estate purchase, sale and financing transactions as well as complex title and Land Court matters.

Attorney Salvidio is the former Chairman of the Board of Worcester Community Housing Resources, Inc., and is currently a member of its Property Development and Management Committee. She also served on the Housing Court Committee of the Worcester County Bar Association, and for ten years, the Worcester Civic Center Commission. She is a member of the Community Associations Institute of New England (CAINE) and the Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association.

During law school, Attorney Salvidio was the recipient of the Best Brief Award in the first year mock trial competition. She was named editor and staff member of the Suffolk University Law Review and authored “Fetal Protection Policy Recognized as Bona Fide Occupational Qualification,” in the fall 1990 issue.

Attorney Salvidio is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. She received her B.A., cum laude, from the University of Vermont in 1986 and earned her J.D. from Suffolk University Law School, cum laude, in 1990. She is resident in the firm’s Worcester office.

Attorney Salvidio’s administrative assistant is Tracey L. Montigny (508) 459-8060.
 
  • Banking & Finance
  • Business & Corporate
  • Real Estate
  • Community Associations Institute of New England
  • Real Estate Bar Association of Massachusetts
  • Past President and Chairman of the Board of Worcester Community Housing Resources, Inc.
  • Served on the Housing Court Committee of the Worcester County Bar Association
  • Former member of the Worcester Civic Center Commission, 1992-2002
  • Editor and staff member of the Suffolk University Law Review, 1989-90
  • President and Chairman of the Board of Worcester Community Housing Resources, Inc.
  • Served on the Housing Court Committee of the Worcester County Bar Association
  • Former member of the Worcester Civic Center Commission
  • Editor and staff member of the Suffolk University Law Review, 1989-90
Attorney Salvidio authored the article “Fetal Protection Policy Recognized as Bona Fide Occupational Qualification,” in the fall 1990 issue of Suffolk University Law Review. She won the Best Brief Award in the first year mock trial competition during law school.
 
  • The Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts

 

 

Donna Toman Salvidio




Law Degree; Suffolk University Law School

Undergraduate Degree; University of Vermont

 
 
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