Kelly Ovitt Puc is the Chair of the Real Estate Department at Sulloway & Hollis, and concentrates her practice in real estate transactions, general business representation, and creditor/debtor relations. She assists both business and individual clients on real estate transactions of all types, ranging from large commercial purchase and sale transactions to obtaining land use approvals to individual property line disputes. Kelly is on the Title Standards Committee of the NH Bar’s Real Property Section, and some of her favorite work is untangling thorny title issues.
Kelly regularly advises businesses on contract review and negotiations, governance, regulatory compliance, land use, and real estate matters. Her own experience running a small business gives her insight into the day-to-day challenges that small business owners face. Kelly’s clients are diverse and include individuals starting up businesses for the first time, small to mid-size family businesses that span multiple generations, non-profit entities and institutional lenders. The industries her clients represent are equally diverse, ranging from landscaping to retail sales to healthcare to heavy equipment sales.
Kelly originally joined Sulloway & Hollis in 2006 after graduating from Cornell Law School. From 2008 to 2012, she ran a boutique consumer bankruptcy firm before returning to Sulloway and a broader practice. Kelly is originally from Western Massachusetts, where she worked as a computer programmer for Mass Mutual Financial Group before entering law school. When she’s not working, Kelly is often running or biking in Concord or hiking in the White Mountains. Since 2013, she has also been on the board of the Friends of the Merrimack River Greenway Trail, a non-profit working to build a multi-use paved bike path through Concord.