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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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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 the Pan-Mass Challenge.

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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.

  • Adjacent to Taunton Courthouse
  • On and off street parking
  • Historic Taunton Center
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Affordable Attorney

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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There is a statue in Massachusetts called the Vacate Statute which is G.L. Ch. 208 Section 34b where a probate and family court judge can order a divorcing spouse to vacate the marital home for the need of the health, safety or welfare of the spouse that is looking to have the other party move […]

If there is shared physical custody of the child or even if the child spends a lot of time with the other parent, it does make it a more difficult burden to be able to move out of state. This would be best interest standard vs. the Yannas standard. So, it is not the real […]

The first thing that the judge would look at is what sort of formal custody order is in place. Do you have sole physical custody or not and if there has never been a formal custody order, the court would decide what the informal custody order is. Assuming you have sole physical custody of the […]

If there is not a current court order you in most cases be prudent to either get permission from the other parent or the court before you move to another state or leave the country with your child. You personally do not need to get permission for you to move out of the state, but […]

One of the biggest defenses on contempt cases is beyond the order being ambiguous or factual about whether the Defendant violated it or not it would be the inability to comply. It is clear in the statute that the Defendant has the burden, but he/she can show that he/she cannot comply with the pre-existing order. […]

In a contempt action the Plaintiff must satisfy that it was a clear and unequivocal court order and the Defendant engaged in a clear violation of that order. The beginning part of that is if the order is uncertain there cannot be a finding of contempt. So, if it has more than one meaning or […]

The standard is clear and convincing evidence of the violation of clear and unequivocal court order. Clear and convincing evidence is more than a civil case which is a preponderance of evidence in anything more than 50% and less than reasonable doubt in a criminal case. Again, it is more than preponderance of evidence but […]

A Complaint for Contempt addresses non-compliance with a court order. That includes not only filing Judgments but also Temporary Orders. Most of the Contempt actions are civil in nature. It is used when a party seeks to enforce a court order or judgment. If either party violates a court order that may be considered a […]