Category: Blog

Who Gets the Ring if an Engagement Falls Through & Why You Might Not Want…
By: Attorney Dianna M. Williams | Associate You want it to be perfect. You painstakingly plan the date, time and place where you will pop the question and ask your [...]
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Condominium Trustee Actions
By: Attorney Corey T. Pontes| Associate When one becomes a trustee of a condominium association, the expectation is that all of the trustees will be diligent in paying the dues [...]
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Security Deposit Law in Massachusetts
By: Attorney Corey T. Pontes| Associate Massachusetts affords tenants wide protections when it comes to what happens to their security deposits after they are given to their landlord. The landlord [...]
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Substantive Consolidation
By: Attorney Gerald S. Garnick| Associate A case recently came down from the U S Bankruptcy Court that will have far reaching consequences for business owners. In Re: Cameron Construction [...]
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One Surgeon Supervising Two Separate Operating Rooms: Medical Malpractice; Yes or No?
By: Attorney Kevin J. O’Malley| Partner Two Complicated Spinal Surgeries, Two Separate Operating Rooms, Surgeries Performed at the Same Time, One Surgeon Supervising Both Surgeries, One Patient Is Left a [...]
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Understanding Trusts in Massachusetts
By: Attorney William Rosa| Partner My last blog focused on the various forms of tenancies in which you can hold real estate in Massachusetts. This blog is an expansion of [...]
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The Devil is in the Details – Documents to collect when facing divorce
By: Attorney Jeffrey D. Kiesling | Associate If you believe that you may be facing divorce, you should secure all available financial documents. In most divorce cases the family’s finances [...]
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Obtaining Payment of a Judgment for Money Damages
By: Attorney Dianna M. Williams| Associate A judgment represents the end of a court case. A valid judgment resolves all contested issues and terminates the lawsuit.  It states who wins [...]
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I AM BUYING/SELLING MY HOME, DO I NEED A REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY?
By: Attorney Patricia E. Couto| Associate Buying or selling a home is not an easy process and involves many different people, stacks of paperwork, complex legal documents, and occasionally several [...]
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THE BASICS OF SUMMARY PROCESS PROCEDURE IN MASSACHUSETTS
By: Attorney Corey T. Pontes| Associate In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, summary process is the procedure by which a landlord evicts a residential tenant through the court. Summary process is [...]
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