Attorney David LeFevre was born and raised in New England, eventually settling in New Hampshire after receiving his law degree from Franklin Pierce Law Center (now UNH School of Law) in 1998. Attorney LeFevre received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Syracuse University in 1991. Attorney LeFevre graduated from Vermont Academy in 1987. 

Attorney LeFevre’s has been engaged in the general practice of law since 1998 representing individuals, businesses, and public institutions, with an emphasis on municipal law, bankruptcy, real estate litigation, and general litigation and appeals. 

As general and special counsel, Attorney LeFevre has been serving New Hampshire municipalities for more than 25 years, providing legal advice and representation in all areas of municipal law including town meeting, local government and election law; municipal budget and finance; land use, zoning and planning; Right-to-Know Law; property taxation; streets and highways; and labor and employment. 

As experienced bankruptcy counsel, Attorney LeFevre represents debtors and creditors in Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy cases, contested matters, and adversarial proceedings. 

Philosophically, Attorney LeFevre strives to reduce his clients’ exposure to unnecessary law suits. At the same time, litigation cannot always be avoided. If it is not possible to negotiate a favorable resolution, Attorney LeFevre is a zealous trial advocate. 

Attorney LeFevre serves on his local zoning board of adjustment, and as a ballot counter during elections. 

Attorney LeFevre lives in New Hampshire’s Monadnock Region with his wife and family. An avid hiker and “peak bagger,” Attorney LeFevre has completed the White Mountain Grid of the NH 48 4000 Footers. In 2024, Attorney LeFevre successfully finished a 3-year effort to hike all 67 New England 4000 Footers during the official winter season.

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