June 2019 Archives

Disturbing new trend in personal debt

Many people in Massachusetts are doing better than they were 10 years ago, in the depths of the Great Recession, when the housing bubble collapsed and took the global economy with it. However, there are still plenty of people who are struggling with debt and need help.

New seed fund for life-sciences startups

Massachusetts has no shortage of highly educated and skilled people working in the sciences, and many of them have exciting ideas that could be turned into new businesses. Unfortunately, many of these would-be entrepreneurs of science are unable to bring their ideas to fruition because they don't have the cash to get their ideas off the ground.

Is a Massachusetts drug court an option for you?

It is no secret that drug addiction is a very real and pervasive problem across Massachusetts and many parts of New England, and if you are among those battling addiction, you probably know just how difficult it can be. If you are also facing a drug-related criminal charge in addition to struggling with addiction, it may serve you well to figure out if you can enter into a Massachusetts drug court program.

Handwritten wills shake up estate of Aretha Franklin

Massachusetts law requires a will to follow strict rules of formality. One of the most essential requirements is that it be signed in the presence of witnesses. The witnesses can attest to the fact the signature was valid and that the person creating the will appeared to be of sound mind and not improperly pressured or influenced by others.

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