Navigating the Rights of Landlords and Tenants in Massachusetts
We have extensive experience representing landlords in Massachusetts Housing Court and know how one small detail can drastically change eviction proceedings. Here, we outline the rights and responsibilities of both parties and detail how we can help.
Navigating Long-Term Care Planning with Powers Law Group
Long-term care can include a wide variety of services to assist adults in living independently. We’re here to walk you through the process and help you understand what needs to be considered in long-term care planning.
Wintertime Personal Injury Risks: What Happens if You’re Hurt
Wintertime personal injury risks range from car accidents to slips and falls, and even product injuries. Learn more, including what to do if you’re injured.
Five Ways to Protect Yourself from Fraud
Financial fraud is committed every 15 seconds in the United States. Read this post to learn five ways to protect yourself.
Be Prepared: September is National Preparedness Month
This September, during National Preparedness Month, we encourage you to prepare for the unexpected with considerations for end-of-life care and estate planning.
Western Mass News: Preparing for the unexpected amidst the pandemic
Attorney Mary Paier Powers explains the importance of preparing for the unexpected, especially in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
National Homeownership Month 2020
It can be exhilarating (and scary) to become a homeowner. Attorney Sean T. Powers discusses considerations in honor of National Homeownership Month.
National Law Day 2020: Celebrating the Right to Vote
It’s an opportunity to consider the personal rights and liberties we enjoy and continue to exercise daily, and to honor the impact of founding documents like the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights on the development of our nation.
Our Day in Court (or Maybe Just the Office): April 14 is Be Kind to Lawyers Day
Ours is certainly one of those professions that movies, TV shows and popular culture like to sensationalize. The fact is, the law applies to nearly every facet of life, and the primary job of a lawyer is to help people to navigate, understand and abide by it. Today, we celebrate the important work we do—and a job we wouldn’t trade for anything.
5 Tips for First-Time Homebuyers
Still living with your parents? Sick and tired of telling your roommate to clean up after him/herself? Ready to be on your own and independent? Think that your rent is too high? Can’t stand your landlord?
In most cases, first-time homebuyers can relate to at least one of the previously mentioned issues when they finally decide to go out on their own.