Attorney Elizabeth A. Ahern focuses her practice on commercial and residential real estate, estate planning, elder law and probate court matters, corporate matters for small business and zoning and land use. Elizabeth has successfully represented lenders, borrowers and sellers in numerous commercial and residential transactions including the financing and/or permitting of condominium developments, 200+ residential unit subdivisions, hotels, restaurants and retail, commercial and industrial buildings. Elizabeth also acts as counsel for numerous business in Massachusetts. She is a Veteran’s Administration Accredited Attorney and is a pro-bono attorney for Veterans Legal Services.
Elizabeth graduated from the College of the Holy Cross with a Bachelor of Arts in History and earned her Juris Doctorate from University of Notre Dame Law School. Elizabeth began her legal career with Hall, Balas, Finnegan & Alphen, PC in Westford, which firm eventually became Hall, Finnegan, Ahern & Deschenes, PC in Chelmsford, focusing on Real Estate, Business & Corporate, Family Law and Estate Planning. In 2006, Elizabeth joined Philip and Angelique to practice as Eliopoulos & Ahern, P.C., a general practice law firm. In 2008, she took a hiatus from private practice and worked as in-house counsel for a local real estate developer; during her time as in-house counsel, she was involved in all aspects of the development of several large projects, including Cornerstone Square in Westford, a Hilton Garden Inn and Marriott Residence Inn, as well as was responsible to manage leases, financing, sales and acquisitions for more than 1,000,000 square feet of commercial, industrial and residential space. As of the beginning of 2015, Elizabeth gratefully returned to work with Philp and Angelique.
Elizabeth was raised in Westford and now lives in Carlisle. Since 1995, she has been involved in Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell, from serving on the board, to working on building sites, to serving as an advocate for partner families, and now currently as a member of the Family Selection committee. Elizabeth has been a Corporator at Emerson Hospital for over ten (10) years and is a volunteer in hospital’s Chaplains office. She has participated in the Pan Mass Challenge since 2003, either as a volunteer, rider or some years as both.