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Unless you are looking to actually HIRE a lawyer to address this issue, there is no help thats going to be useful for you. Crying for help and pointing to the mean lawyer on the other side will do not ...Read more

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SEXUAL ASSAULT: Massachusetts

Sexual Assault is governed under Massachusetts General Law Chapter 265 Section 13 et seq. and is defined as “any crime in which the offender subjects the victim to sexual touching that is unwant ... Read more

CHILD CUSTODY: Massachusetts

Child custody refers to the legal and hands-on relationship between a parent and a child and includes a parent’s right to raise, care for, and make decisions regarding residence, education, heal ... Read more

CHILD SUPPORT: Massachusetts

Every child has a right to receive financial support from both parents, not just the custodial parent. Child Support is money paid from a noncustodial parent to the custodial parent to help pay for th ... Read more

What is a Tenant At Sufferance?

A Tenant At Sufferance occurs when a tenant continues to occupy the premises without the landlord’s consent after the lease has expired; also referred to as a holdover tenant. A tenant at suffer ... Read more

My tenant let someone move in…is this additional occupant legally a tenan

It is not uncommon for a landlord and a tenant to sign a one-year lease for a rental property just to discover a couple months later, that the tenant has moved someone in. Is the additional occupant a ... Read more

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