Disclosure Issues: Failure to Disclose Defects of Properties in Massachusetts

When a seller is selling a home, they have a duty to disclose certain defects of the home to the buyer; if they fail to do so, they may be in violation of the law and the buyer may have a cause of action against the seller as such. Consider the following about the duties of a seller to disclose when listing a home, as well as remedies that a buyer can pursue if they have purchased a home with undisclosed defects. For help that is specific to your case, call the law office of Deborah Gold-Alexander Attorney at Law directly today. Read more

Massachusetts State Eviction Moratorium Ends: What You Need to Know and Frequently Asked Questions

When government officials in the United States and Massachusetts first realized the economic toll that the pandemic was having on businesses and individuals, they acted to put protections in place. For example, in April 2020, Governor Charlie Baker signed an executive order that placed an immediate hold on most residential evictions. While the moratorium provided many with much-needed, yet temporary, relief, the executive order has since expired in our state. For renters who have questions about the current state of eviction laws and what other forms of relief may be introduced, consider these answers to some frequently asked questions that our law firm has heard–

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Electric Shock Accidents in Massachusetts

One of the most serious types of accidents and injuries that a person can suffer is that of an electrical shock. Mostly affecting employees who work around electricity, electrical shock accidents can lead to serious, and sometimes fatal, injuries. At the law office of Deborah Gold-Alexander, Attorney at Law, our experienced personal injury lawyer in Massachusetts can represent you if you’re the victim of an electric shock. Please call our law firm today to request a free consultation. 

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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 or have suffered financial hardship. In response to the latter, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office has recently issued emergency regulations pertaining to debt collection rules during the pandemic. Here’s what you should know–

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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 debt is, and we want to help. If you have been thinking about filing for bankruptcy in our state, it’s important that you understand the pros and cons of filing for bankruptcy in Massachusetts. Consider the following information, and call our lawyer for more details that are specific to your case–

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