Entries by Attorney Gold-Alexander

COVID-19: The Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office Issues Emergency Regulations Limiting Debt Collection In Massachusetts During Pandemic

The coronavirus outbreak that has hit the globe has had tragic effects on individuals, families, and businesses worldwide. Indeed, many have suffered pangs of loneliness in an effort to social distance; others have contracted the disease, COVID-19, themselves–in some cases, this has resulted in death; others have lost loved ones; and many have lost jobs […]

Pros and Cons of Bankruptcy in Massachusetts

Facing large amounts of debt can be a terrifying experience, leading to worries about being evicted or losing one’s home, having assets seized or wages garnished, or even facing litigation as a result of outstanding debt. At the law offices of Deborah Gold-Alexander Attorney at Law, we understand how stressful living with large amounts of […]

Does Bankruptcy Clear Tax Debt?

As the old adage goes, two things are certain in life: death and taxes. If you’re filing for bankruptcy, though, you may have questions about whether or not you’ll need to pay taxes, as well as whether your bankruptcy filing will clear your tax debt. At the office of Deborah Gold-Alexander Attorney at Law, we […]

COVID-19: Massachusetts Mortgage – New State Legislation Impacting Foreclosure Rights

The coronavirus pandemic that has swept the world has left many unemployed, led to a country-wide recession, and affected many people’s ability to work and earn an income. As a result, many homeowners have faced anxiety regarding their ability to make their mortgage payments on time or in full. Recognizing the potential catastrophe, the Massachusetts […]