Danielle assists and operates as part of an experienced transactional team led by the firm’s founder, Kosta Ligris, alongside Attorneys David Forrest and Meg Landry. Danielle’s practice focuses on all facets of residential and commercial real estate transactions. Danielle represents buyers, sellers, developers, investors and institutional clients. Danielle specializes in the drafting, review, and negotiation of real estate agreements, as well as overseeing and managing transactions for clients.
Danielle has resided in Boston for over fifteen years, initially moving here from California to attend Boston University. Danielle immediately fell in love with Boston and now considers it her forever home. She currently lives on the waterfront with her husband, Matthew.
Outside the Office
A lover of architecture, when not out exploring New England neighborhoods, she enjoys visiting museums, refining her culinary skills, volunteering for several charities or spending time with her yellow Labrador, Parker.
JD, New England Law Boston 2010-2013
BA, Economics, International Relations, Boston University 2002-2006
Bar & Court Admissions
Prior to Ligris + Associates, Danielle had her own general practice assisting clients with real estate law, family law, criminal law and civil litigations. Danielle also has an extensive background in real estate with over ten years of experience in rentals and sales, giving her an innate understanding of the needs of both buyers and sellers.
Real Estate Broker, Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Professional Licensure
Meticulous, hardworking, and dedicated to a fault, Danielle is undoubtedly the ideal type of real estate attorney. Her straightforward approach leaves clients feeling at ease in all stages of a transaction. Danielle realizes that oftentimes a real estate transaction is one of the most important financial decisions in a person’s life and views representing clients through those decisions as a privilege.
She says 'I want every client to be a client for life, there is no greater satisfaction I can get then when my clients are 100% satisfied at the end of a transaction.'