Buying, Selling or Leasing Real Estate is complex, and delays or mistakes cost money. Our experience in real estate will make your transaction seamless.
Commercial or Residential, the law has rules that affect both landlords and tenants.
Compliance with laws and regulations can save you money and avoid problems when it is time to enter into, renew, or end the landlord/tenant relationship.
Work with us now to avoid problems later.
You've saved it. You've built it.
Now you want to make sure it is there for others when you retire or pass away.
Make sure your wishes are respected, and make sense of issues like estate planning, insurance, and paying for nursing home care.
If you have minor children you need to plan for what happens if you are not there, even if it is only a short term emergency.
You can do what is best for yourself and still take care of those you love.
Bankruptcy is a tool for both people and businesses when the economy is uncertain.
The best financial plans can fail with no fault of your own.
We can work together to restructure, refinance, or discharge debts, both in and out of court.
Having the right bankruptcy lawyer on your side can help you through the process or avoid it altogether.
Starting, acquiring or selling a business involves far more than a simple real estate transaction or filing with the Secretary of State.
Selecting the right business entity and tax classification can either cost or save you money in both taxes and liabilities.
Your tangible and intangible property rights need protection and you need a platform for success.
Business law expertise helps your business's success from startup, to growth, to sale.
Operating a business that serves or sells alcohol comes with added responsibility and oversight, and we represent local businesses package stores, restaurant owners, and club, tavern and bar owners throughout the Merrimack Valley whose businesses require liquor licenses.
With experience as a License Commissioner and municipal law attorney, our firm can assist you in obtaining a license, selling or otherwise transferring a license, and represent your business in any legal or regulatory proceedings including hearings before local license commissions, boards of selectmen (Select-boards), or the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC).
Compliance with laws and regulations will save you money and avoid lawsuits.
Complying with the changing landscape of the laws requires knowledge and expertise. In Massachusetts, it is not enough to simply be a responsible gun owner with a law abiding background.
Complicated firearms licensing issues, firearms-related criminal matters and the restoration of firearms rights are an area of law where we have represented both citizens and municipal government.