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Filing for a divorce in Massachusetts without proper representation can often be a complex and confusing process. In addition, divorces can become even more complicated when they are heavily contested due to minor children or asset-related disputes. At our practice, … Continue reading
How Long Will My Divorce Take? This is a common question by potential clients who are seeking a divorce. Unfortunately, the answer will vary greatly based on each person’s individual circumstances. For example, a divorce involving a couple with no … Continue reading
In a typical tax year, April 15th is the usual deadline to file individual income tax returns. However, due to some special circumstances in 2016, there are some unique deadlines for tax payers that give them a few extra days … Continue reading
In the United States, close to half of all marriages end up in divorce. Luckily, skilled divorce lawyers, like Attorney Gage, exist to ease this confusing and time consuming procedure. For most, the problems caused are worsened by financial woes. … Continue reading
Whether you have a dog or not, it is essential to know how to avoid a dog bite and to recognize signs that a dog is going to bite. Besides being painful, dog bites can cause viruses like rabies. Read … Continue reading
In Massachusetts, bicyclists are injured or killed due to drivers either being careless or not sharing the road. Populated cities such as Lowell, Billerica & Chelmsford, have lots of residents who commute to work on their bicycles. Because of this, … Continue reading
Attorney Bruce Gage recognizes that car accidents can not only be scary, but expensive and life threatening as well. If you have been involved in a car accident in Concord, Nashua or Pelham, NH or any surrounding NH towns, our … Continue reading
Before you go to court, to perform jury service, take measures to be available for up to three days, if necessary. If you have children, schedule childcare. Notify your employer and look into their policy for jury duty and compensation. … Continue reading
Whether you didn’t have the required information or enough money to pay your taxes, if April 15th has passed and you haven’t filed your taxes, you could be facing some very serious consequences. Tax evaders can face criminal consequences that … Continue reading