Common Condo Association Disputes

Contact Our Experienced Lawyer for Condo Owner Legal Representation

Homeowners’ and condo associations (typically just called HOAs) provide numerous services to community residents, including providing care and upkeep for shared and public areas, covering costs of certain repairs and services, developing rules and regulations that all residents must adhere to and will benefit from, levying condo association/HOA fees, and enforcing community standards. While most condo association actions are appreciated by community residents, sometimes, disputes arise. When a dispute between an HOA and a resident exist, it’s important that the resident retain legal counsel; the HOA is almost surely advised by a competent lawyer. At the office of Deborah Gold-Alexander Attorney at Law, our experienced lawyer can provide condo owners with the representation that they need when a dispute arises. Consider a few of the following most common condo association disputes, and call our law firm directly for trusted legal representation– Read more

Number of Fatal Accidents on the Rise in Massachusetts

Despite advances in technologies, as well as the numerous safe driving campaigns implemented by local, state, and federal governments, the number of car accidents and fatal car accidents in Massachusetts just keeps on rising. Today, getting in the car may be one of the most dangerous things a person can do.

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4 Signs It’s Time to Start Thinking About Bankruptcy-An Exit Strategy

Facing large amounts of financial debt can lead to a constant feeling of stress, worry, and anxiety about the future. If your debt is starting to feel crushing and you’re not sure what your options are, filing for bankruptcy may be something worth considering. Of course, bankruptcy has a number of consequences that should be fully considered–and discussed with a lawyer–too, such as a hit to your credit score. That being said, when you’ve exhausted all other strategies, filing for bankruptcy may be the best one. Here are four signs it’s time to start thinking seriously about filing for bankruptcy–

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Common Landlord-Tenant Issues and How a Lawyer Can Help

As a landlord in Massachusetts, there are a number of rights and obligations that you have concerning any renters. These rights and obligations affect various elements of a rental agreement, including rent, a tenancy agreement, entering the apartment, utilities, and the condition of the premises, amongst other things.

While many landlord-tenant relationships will be formed, maintained, and then dissolved without any disputes, sometimes, issues arise. When they do, meeting with a qualified attorney is recommended. Consider the following common landlord-tenant disputes and how our lawyer can help–

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Lynn No-Fault Insurance – When Can I Sue the Other Driver?

If you’ve been in a car accident in Lynn, chances are that you’ve incurred some economic damages, noneconomic damages, or both. Indeed, you may be facing questions about how you’ll pay your large property damage expenses, how you’ll afford your medical bills, and what you’ll do now that you’re unable to work because of your injuries. Because Massachusetts maintains a no-fault car insurance system, you may also be wondering whether or not your no-fault benefits will offer you the compensation you deserve and whether suing the other driver is an option. Here’s what you should know–

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