ATTORNEY PETER J. CARUSO, SR.

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Caruso & Caruso, LLP established in 1975 provides exceptional service to a broad and diverse clientele in the areas to family clients in estate planning and estate administration, asset protection, real estate, personal injuries, and family law; to business clients in corporate formations, contract issues, business disputes, and employment law; to real estate clients in residential and commercial developments, zoning and land use law. Unique areas include newspaper, media, access issues, advertising, and internet law; art law, defamation, privacy, and First Amendment law. Attorneys have represented clients in Superior, District, Probate, and U.S. District Courts.All of our lawyers share the goal of providing professional, personalized and creative representation. We work closely with our clients to gain a thorough understanding of their objectives and to respond to changing circumstances and demanding time requirements.We are assisted by a capable staff of paralegals and support personnel. Our offices are equipped with state-of-the-art computer systems, enabling us to deliver efficient and timely service.
 
 
 
Peter J. Caruso, Esq.
pcarusosr@carusoandcaruso.com
Born Lawrence, Massachusetts, June 4, 1949; admitted to bar, 1975, Massachusetts; 1977, U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts; U.S. Court of Appeals; U.S. Supreme Court; Suffolk University (J.D., 1975) Mediation Taining: Harvard Law.  Atty. Peter J. Caruso, Sr. has counselled over 3,000 family and business clients in real eatate, estate planning, asset protection, corporation issues, land development, personal injury settlements, family and business disputes. Representing newspapers, lending institutions, family businesses, corporations in transactions and litigation in all courts. Currently Chairman of the Merrimack Valley Community Foundation, Inc., and on the Board of Directors of Essex North District Boy Scouts, Lawrence Boys & Girls Club, Merrimack Valley Conveyancers Association; Past President of NCAMA, and Andover Racquets Club; Massachusetts Bar Fellow; member of American Bar Association; counsel to Greater Lawrence Habitat for Humanity, Inc. Atty. Caruso has represented media organizations throughout New England including, NENA, NEPA, NCAMA, is involved with newspaper access issues, advertising acceptance practices and news reporting. Atty. Caruso has represented the media in the Willie Horton case, Pamela Smart case, Alan Eagleson case, and many investigative series.
    
   Caruso & Caruso, LLP
68 Main Street
Andover, MA 01810
(978) 475-2200
FROM ROUTE 495 NORTH Take Route 495 North past Route 93 Intersection.
Then take Exit 41A (Route 28 South exit) off 495.
On Route 28, go through six sets of lights. At the seventh set of lights, turn left onto Chestnut Street and park in the CVS lot; our offices are above CVS.
 
ROUTE 93 NORTH:   Take 93 North to Route 495 North.
Then take Exit 41A (Route 28 South exit) off 495.
On Route 28, go through six sets of lights. At the seventh set of lights, turn left onto Chestnut Street (We are at the corner above CVS). 68 Main Street.
 FROM ROUTE 93 SOUTHTake 93 South to Route 495 North.
Then take Exit 41A (Route 28 South exit) off 495.
 
No Charge Parking in the CVS parkng lot is encouraged and allowed as our office occupies the top floor. 
  
Staff
 

Karen Bonfim

Paralegal for probate, estates, estate administration, trusts, medicaid. 42 years experience. 

978-475-2200
kbonfim@carusoandcaruso.com
 

Debbie Lemay

Paralegal for real estate, commercial loans, estate planning, and corporate matters. 26 years experience.

978-475-2200
dlemay@carusoandcaruso.com
 

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