May 2017 Archives

When invoking the right to silence, be clear about it

Few things are as scary as the first time you are arrested by the police. The average Massachusetts resident has never dealt with this situation. When it does happen, it's often unexpected - maybe stemming from a police stop for some suspected traffic violation. That only serves to disorient you more.

Quincy crash a reminder of the risks faced by elderly drivers

An elderly woman driving on Quincy Avenue was hit and sent to Boston Medical Center on May 12. This local accident reported on by the Patriot Ledger is an example of how dangers faced by senior motorists. If you are an elderly driver yourself, it is important for you to stay safe on the road to avoid auto collisions like this one.

What's the best bankruptcy filing for me?

Most would likely agree that the economy is generally on the upswing. Recent news about the real estate market in Norfolk County, however, suggests there is room for further improvement. The good news is that residential and commercial properties are selling at higher prices. The bad news is that fewer property transactions are taking place. Also, the mortgage lending rate was down last month, compared to the same month a year ago.

Is it time to reclassify my business structure?

One of the most important things a Quincy entrepreneur has to decide is what structure to employ. The choices are many. The implications of making a mistake right out of the gate are significant. Working with an experienced business law attorney is a wise way to avoid missteps.

What does 'quiet enjoyment' mean in commercial real estate?

In the movie "The Princess Bride," a character repeatedly declares events "inconceivable" that are really, "unbelievable." It takes awhile, but eventually another character states the obvious, "You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means."

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