Michelle Beauregard is a lifelong resident of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Michelle obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology cum laude from the University of Massachusetts/Amherst in 1993 and upon graduation went straight on to law school at the New England School of Law in Boston, MA (now known as New England Law|Boston).
While in law school, Michelle obtained many awards including an American Jurisprudence award in UCC Sales, was named a New England Scholar, and was appointed to the New England Law Review. Michelle’s final year in law school she was a Senior Technical Coordinating Editor of the Law Review, and her Article regarding the Webster v. Motorola, Inc. case, concerning drug testing in the workplace was published . Michelle graduated magna cum laude in 1996 and started her career working in the real estate field. Michelle’s Aunt was a real estate broker and introduced her to the industry and was a mentor for her along the way.
Michelle showed an innate talent for real estate law, quickly learning about title examination and the transferring of property. She worked for several real estate law firms for 10 years and when the economy crashed in the 2008 housing crisis ensued, Michelle evolved into the foreclosure/default field, using her title experience to assist in the sales of REO properties. Michelle has returned to working in conventional real estate and her practice now consists of negotiating purchase and sale agreements, reviewing title examinations, title curative, and assisting paralegals, real estate agents, buyers and sellers through the entire process of the transaction.
Michelle resides in Chelmsford, MA with her husband of 18 years and her 3 sons. Michelle loves to follow the New England sports teams and support her sons’ teams.