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Open During COVID-19

My office is open during these unprecedented times. I am meeting with clients by phone, Facetime and Zoom. Although courts are not open for in- person public hearings, I have been having more and more hearings by phone-whether or not they are contested or uncontested. In addition, courts are proceeding and processing paperwork. My office is also trying to alleviate some of the COVID-19 related pain by contributing $50 for each new client to a local food bank.

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Attorney Nesson’s goal is to provide quality legal representation at reasonable and affordable rates. Hiring an attorney can be expensive, but Alexander Nesson will keep costs affordable. The initial half hour consultation is free.

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Bankruptcy Due to COVID-19?

My clients are hardworking good people who have been going through difficult times. Bankruptcy allows people a fresh start. Clients may end up building better credit after you have completed your bankruptcy because you may be debt free or at least a better debt ratio.

If you are considering or need to file bankruptcy related to impacts from COVID-19

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Our Taunton Office

Alexander established a law office in Taunton in 1995, practicing law throughout Massachusetts with emphasis on Bristol and Plymouth counties.

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It still has not been completely consistent about how involved DCF would be if the parents using marijuana or even using other drugs or alcohol.  Part of what DCF looks at might be the amount, location and the impact on the parenting.  For example, if a parent is drinking significantly or using a significant amount […]

There are always some real problems with children not testifying and having their statements come into evidence.  A lot of the time, judges will use the child’s state of mind versus being substantive evidence.  It is tricky in terms of un-ringing bell that a judge would hear and a lot of the time they will […]

It is somewhat limited in terms what can occur. There have been some unpublished cases where some findings against the parent that keeps filing false allegations because has an impact on the child’s relationship with the other parent and it can be neglect.  There is not a lot of case law on this but the […]

It is somewhat limited in terms what can occur. There have been some unpublished cases where some findings against the parent that keeps filing false allegations because has an impact on the child’s relationship with the other parent and it can be neglect.  There is not a lot of case law on this but the […]

The answer is essentially no, but you can look under 110 CMR that would explain what can be appealed and what can’t be appealed.  The reason that sometimes parents want to appeal an unsupported is that they feel that it might be the other parent or someone else that is filing false allegations but appealing […]

They are determining that the risk of abuse or neglect is not necessarily significant enough as to support it but feels that there is still a reason for DCF to be involved with the family. You cannot appeal a substantiated concern but you can file a grievance and part of the reasoning for DCF perspective […]

It can “set the stage” rather than coming in for the truth of the matter. The 51B investigation report has more details and maybe objected to or allow, but that would not be to just set the stage.

In Probate and Family Court in Massachusetts if records are produced with an Order to Disclose from DCF the court has options of allowing the parties to review or copy the records. The records are unredacted so most of the time judge’s do not allow copies to be made originally. Many times, they will either […]