Supreme Judicial Court Qualifies Right to Appointed Counsel for Indigent Probate Court Litigants

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The right to counsel is a cornerstone of American constitutional law. In a recent decision, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts has qualified that right as applied to indigent guardians. Historically, Massachusetts Courts have observed that a parent whose minor child is the subject of a guardianship petition pursuant to G. L. c. 190B, § […]

Four Common Tax Myths Debunked

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As we approach “tax day” there is often misinformed chatter about what is acceptable when filing your taxes. There are rumors out there about various deductions and loopholes that can potentially get you into trouble if followed. Here are a few: 1. Filing Taxes are non-mandatory. Believe it or not, there are a considerable number […]