Archive for August 2009

I have been served. What shall I do?

If you have been served with legal process by a constable, sheriff, or other person in Massachusetts most importantly do not ignore it.  The papers you were served with should clearly indicate what you are expected to do.  Even if you do not agree with what the papers say or how they were delivered some action is required. Read More→

Can I represent myself in court? Should I?

In Massachusetts if you are an individual you have the right to represent yourself. This right is guaranteed in Article 12 of the Massachusetts Constitution. There are even many resources to assist you represent yourself. If you are not an individual, namely a corporation, LLC, trust, or some other entity, you need to retain an attorney. However, just because you have the right to represent himself should you? Read More→