Kaylan L. Bergeron


Kaylan Bergeron is a certified paralegal with over five years’ experience in the legal field. Her practice is primarily focused on real estate and corporate law.

Kaylan regularly assists the firm’s real estate attorneys with assessing and preparing letters of intent, purchase and sale agreements, conveyance documents, such as deeds and easements, closing documents, and closing checklists and binders; analyzing title documents, legal descriptions, and surveys and working with title companies and surveyors to resolve title and survey issues; facilitating communication between all parties and the lawyers; and overseeing and coordinating the execution of documents and closing. In addition, she also regularly assists the firm’s corporate attorneys in creating documents related to new company formations; preparing, maintaining, and filing corporate records, including resolutions and consents, board of director changes, and annual reports; providing contract support for standard corporate agreements; and overseeing the contract process, including planning, collaboration, negotiation, and execution.

In her spare time, Kaylan enjoys spending time with her daughters, going on picnics, playing board games, and solving puzzles.


Penn Foster College – Paralegal Certificate

Kaylan L. Bergeron

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