Attorneys

Kenneth C. Vining

Ken was born and raised in Medford, Massachusetts. He has been practicing law in Massachusetts for over 13 years.  As a partner at Vining Law Office, Ken oversees all matters at the firm in order to ensure that every case gets the attention it deserves.

While Ken has developed a reputation for achieving consistently outstanding results on behalf of his clients, he is probably best known for the level of service he provides. He makes it clear from the beginning that, while he will always be a trusted adviser, the client is in control of all decisions, and he is there to provide the expertise and guidance necessary for the client to make the best decision. Ken is available 24 hours a day, and is always willing to take a call from a client.

Away from the office, Ken enjoys spending time with his wife and young son Rhodey.  He is an avid hiker and enjoys both watching and playing hockey. He is a fan of all Boston sports teams, and is equally willing to talk about last night’s Bruins’ game as he is to discuss complex legal issues.

Elizabeth A. Vining

Ellie was born and raised in Bergen County New Jersey, however Boston has been her home since 1997 when she attended Boston University. After getting her BA in Psychology, she worked as a secretary for a real estate attorney in Somerville. While attending law school she worked for a law firm in Boston that only handled real estate transactions. Upon graduating Boston University Law School in 2005 she worked as a real estate attorney for a law firm in Brighton, and in 2006, she joined Ken to open the conveyancing branch of Vining Law Office.  Today she represents buyers, sellers and mortgage lenders.

Ellie has extensive experience in handling all types of residential real estate transactions.  She will advise you through every step in the process from making the initial offer, to executing the purchase and sale agreement, to signing closing papers. From simple real estate transactions to complex disputes, she will make sure your interests are protected.