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September 2017 Archives

Filing divorce petition kickstarts divorce process

When a marriage ends up not being what two parties expected it to be, their only choice may understandably be to get divorced. However, filing for divorce in Massachusetts may seem like a complicated endeavor due to the many potentially complex legal steps involved. However, the first step is relatively simple: filing a divorce petition in court.

Iconic Toys R Us files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

The well-known toy store Toys R Us, which has stores in Massachusetts and several other states, has decided to file for bankruptcy protection. The announcement of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing came on a recent Monday. The filing will help the store to relieve itself of debt remaining from other parties' acquisition of it back in 2005.

Offshore oil firm files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection

An offshore oil firm in another state recently filed for bankruptcy protection. The Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing took place on a Tuesday, with the company's goal being to restructure its current debts. When companies in Massachusetts are struggling financially due to industry or economic factors, they likewise may take advantage of this type of bankruptcy protection.

Annulment vs. divorce: which to choose?

One of the biggest questions a married couple in Massachusetts may have when contemplating a split-up is whether to get an annulment or to get divorced. Whether an annulment or a divorce is pursued is a matter of simply placing a check in the right box on the couple's petition. However, the two are quite different legal processes.

Commercial real estate industry highly competitive

The real estate market continues to be a competitive industry throughout the United States, including in Massachusetts. This is particularly the case for those in the market for commercial real estate properties. A few tips may help buyers to make the most of the opportunities with which they are confronted.

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