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September 2017 Archives

Changing career paths after a car crash

People often realize some of the immediate consequences of a motor vehicle crash, such as injuries and even the loss of life. Moreover, many people understand the emotional and financial consequences of a wreck, from hospital bills to mental trauma. However, our law firm knows that traffic accidents carry a wide range of consequences for victims, some of which do not receive as much attention. For example, if you have been hurt in a car accident, you may not be able to work in your occupation any longer.

Property division in Massachusetts

Couples in Massachusetts who are going through a divorce commonly spend a lot of energy and time determining how to divide up their property and other assets. Both parties should do proper research about what types of assets should be considered in order for there to be a fair outcome.

Fall weather and the risk of car accidents

There are a myriad of reasons why car accidents occur each day. In Leominster and all across the state of Massachusetts, some of these accidents can be blamed on the poor decisions of drivers, such as operating a vehicle while drugged or exceeding the speed limit. However, some also happen due to inclement weather, such as snow and ice. It is also important for drivers to be aware of the risks they may face during the fall, such as rain and fog.

Alimony laws in Massachusetts

Couples who are getting divorced in Massachusetts should understand alimony laws in the state so it is fair for both parties. Alimony is financial support that is paid to the other spouse for a certain period of time, and it is determined by the court.

What you need to know before contesting a will

Many people in Massachusetts may feel as if a relative's will has left them without the inheritance they deserve. According to FindLaw, proving that there is a problem with the document the deceased created may be difficult unless there is a will that has a later date and was obviously written with the intent to replace the first. However, that does not mean someone in a different circumstance is unlikely to succeed.

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