Practice Area: Health Law
Janice M. Pascucci joined Donoghue Barrett & Singal in 2000 to serve as Of Counsel in the firm. Her responsibilities entail commercial and residential real estate transactions, including financing, land use, leasing, real estate titles, probate and trust matters, and estate planning.
Ms. Pascucci is also a partner of Wolkon & Pascucci, LLP in Boston, a general practice law firm founded in 1996. At Wolkon & Pascucci, she specializes in real estate transactions (commercial, residential, and financing), corporate matters, banking (including foreclosures and workouts), probate and trust matters, elder law and estate planning.
Ms. Pascucci is a Title Agent for Old Republic National Title Insurance Company and CATIC.
Associate, Cohen, Rosenthal, P.C. in Springfield, MA
Assistant to Senator Michael W. Morrissey, Massachusetts State House
Suffolk University Law School, J.D., 1985
Suffolk University, B.S., 1976
Court / Bar Admissions
Commercial leasing; Commercial lending; Contract negotiations; Corporate formation; Elder law; Estate planning; Mergers & acquisitions; Probate and trust matters; Real estate transactions
Banking; Community Hospitals; Condominium Associations; Elder Care; Hospitals; Independent & Assisted Living; Physicians; Real Estate; Skilled Nursing
Massachusetts Bar Association
Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association
Off the record...
Janice is an avid sports fan... and believes that every child should have the opportunity for quality education.
- successfully negotiated leases for the development of medical office buildings
- successfully negotiated leases for medical practice groups
- successfully negotiated financing loan documents for nursing homes
- review and negotiate mortgage documentation on behalf of nursing homes, and assisted living providers
Giving back to our community
“They know our industry and speak our language.”
–Assisted living provider
Clearing the path for a state-of-the-art hospital in Charlestown
“We count on them for strategic advice beyond our legal needs.”
–VP, assisted living