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Legal News: Parent and Child (Termination - Hearsay)

Mass Lawyers Weekly (This Week's Decisions 2/24/2020) Where a Juvenile Court judge terminated a mother's parental rights, that ruling should be affirmed regardless of the judge's decision to admit into evidence the reports and dictation ...

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Legal News: 5 Steps for First Time Caregivers...

Whether you're just beginning to anticipate a need or taking care of a family member full time, these tips, resources and checklists can help you get organized and find support on your caregiving journey. Remember: Just take it one step at a ...

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Office News: Why do you need a Will?

The outreach message we're hoping Kathy and others can continue to sow amongst any and all fifty (50) or older penetrates more deeply the more we run across cases where people haven't planned, waited long after a parent's death to act, or ...

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Legal News: Protecting Your Children's Inheritance

HOW DO I PROTECT MY CHILDREN'S INHERITANCES?   The best way to protect your children's inheritances is by setting up a Revocable Living Trust and having your children receive their inheritance within a sub-trust of your Revocable Trust. ...

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Office News: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Coronavirus (Covid-19) is affecting all of us. The law offices of Alexander F.X. Matulewicz are committed to the safety and well-being of our staff, clients and the community.   We remain committed to providing you with the same ...

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Office News: Are You Prepared?

The recent headlines of accident and tragedy speak a sober truth. Death happens often when we least expect it. The tree collapses on the car, the limo ride goes awry, the pedestrian gets hit by the text-impaired driver. We don't know when ...

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Very Important Information: CORONAVIRUS INFO (PLEASE READ)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update and Thorough Guidance Compiled by Julie McMurry, MPH Updated Mar 15, 2020 1:19 AM (UTC) #################################################################################### You can share this as widely as you ...

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Office News: DO YOU HAVE A WILL???

When you read this, you should ask yourself, "Do I have a will?" "Did I do the right thing and plan far enough ahead to avoid any confusion or undue drama when I pass away?" Did you know that if you have no relatives (not married, ...

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Office News: Be Prepared and Be Organized....Don't Delay!

The Office of Alexander F.X. Matulewicz, Esq. is ready to help you with all your probate issues. We find it helpful to advertise by word of mouth to our co-workers, friends and relatives how important it is to be prepared when the day comes and one ...

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Legal News: Bankruptcy (Eviction - Automatic Stay)

(Copied from Lawyers Weekly, This Week's Decisions, March 2, 2020) Where defendants violated the automatic stay by evicting a debtor on July 11, 2018, the defendants should be held liable to the debtor in the amount of $1,500 for actual damages ...

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