Brendan P. Slean


Brendan is a civil litigator and trial attorney with a varied practice representing and advising individuals and businesses. Having tried cases to verdict, Brendan represents individuals involved in personal injury actions, employment disputes, and property and construction disputes. Brendan also defends individuals and businesses in defamation and First Amendment matters, employment litigation, general business disputes, and construction matters. Brendan also has extensive experience representing and litigating on behalf of small and mid-sized businesses with regard to construction and engineering payment claims and fee disputes.

Brendan believes that the breadth of his practice and experience enables him to advise clients on a variety of matters with a range of options and practical solutions to maximize the opportunities to favorably resolve any dispute. Representing both plaintiffs and defendants better enables Brendan to foresee and advise against major pitfalls that can arise in litigation. Brendan's goal is to provide thorough and zealous advocacy for every client. Brendan works with each of his clients to understand their goals and implement strategies to work toward attaining their objectives.

Brendan's clients describe him as tenacious, caring, positive, and passionate and appreciate his attention to each client and case, no matter how big or small.

Brendan has been a litigation associate with Lawson & Weitzen since 2017 following his graduation from law school.

Brendan is an avid Boston sports fan and craft beer aficionado. When he’s not working, you would most likely find Brendan touring a New England brewery, golfing, hiking, or spending time with his family. Brendan also volunteers as a judge for the Boston University Moot Court program.

What information is collected from the seller during the initial phase?

We ask for the name that is listed on the deed for the property, county that the property is located in and a parcel number if available. In order for our land specialist to get in contact with the seller we ask for a phone number and email.

What if I don’t have my original deed?

Typically, you don’t need the original deed when selling a piece of land. Most counties have the original records on file for land in their area.

What if I owe back taxes or HOA/POA fees?

We can pay those back taxes and extra fees that are due on your piece of property. That cost will be calculated into our offer price.

Should I just sell my land myself?

Selling your land by owner is always an option, but it can sometimes take months to even years to find an end buyer for vacant land. Working with a real estate agent can be challenging because vacant land does not move quickly on the market when compared to houses. Additionally, many real estate agents do not focus on land sales because of the lower commissions compared to selling higher dollar houses.

What expenses are involved with selling land?

With KPA Land we do not charge you any costs. Below is a list of expenses that we take care of.

  • Broker Fees
  • Title and Escrow Charges
  • Advertising Expenses
  • Local County Transfer Taxes
  • County Recording Costs
  • Listing and Photography payments

What if there is not a clear line of ownership to the title?

We have worked with sellers who have dealt with a variety of title issues. We will not shy away from title issues, but we ask you to keep in mind that it may take longer than our typical timeframe to clear the title. Depending on the circumstances, we may be able to file a probate, apply for a quiet title, or research other creative ways to clear the title.

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Boston University School of Law, JD, 2017

Northeastern University, BA, summa cum laude, 2012

Bar Admissions

Massachusetts (state and federal)

Boston Office: 617-439-4990  

Direct Line: 617-603-3729