Attorney Philip M. Eliopoulos is a founding partner of the firm. Philip maintains a broad practice, with a focus on commercial and residential real estate, business and civil litigation, estate planning and elder law, zoning and land use and family law. Philip has successfully litigated numerous cases in the state courts involving varied matters such as the representation of an heir in a million dollar estate dispute, construction litigation involving recovery of damages in excess of $500,000 and various intentional tort claims with sizeable recoveries. He also represents clients in various real estate matters, from first time homebuyers to commercial transactions exceeding $20 million. Philip also acts as counsel for numerous business in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Philip graduated from Boston College and received his B.S. in Business Administration, with a concentration in Finance. He received his Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University Law School. Philip began his legal career with for COMPAQ f/k/a Digital Equipment Corporation, handling commercial acquisitions, divestitures and leasing of corporate real estate in the Western U.S. region. In 1994, Philip joined a firm in Chelmsford, MA focusing on Real Estate, Business & Corporate, Family Law and Estate Planning. In 2000, he founded Eliopoulos & Associates, P.C., a general practice law firm. He is now joined by his sister and partner, Angelique M. Eliopoulos, Esq.
As an active member of the community, Philip served on the Chelmsford Board of Selectman for twelve years (1997-2009). He also served as an alternate to the Zoning Board of Appeals, as Vice Chairman of the 2010 Master Plan Committee and as a Town Meeting Representative. He has also acted as the Town of Chelmsford’s liaison to the Route 3 widening project. Philip is currently the president of Chelmsford’s BNI Chapter and is still very involved in his community. Philip is also committed to providing his time and talents to many local organizations, such as his church, Chelmsford Friends of the Senior Center and The Merrimack Valley Housing Partnership.