The parties can avoid the necessity of appointing a partition commissioner. It may be possible to reach a fair resolution. A good agreement may include a provision whereby the parties agree to jointly retain a certain broker to market and sell the property. The agreement may specify that each owner shall be responsible for the broker’s fees and expenses in proportion to his or her ownership interest.
By Robert Nislick If a loved one who was living in Massachusetts dies, and his or her estate consists of only of a car and other personal property not exceeding $25,000.00, then you may be able to take advantage of an expedited procedure for probating your loved one’s estate, called voluntary administration. If thirty daysContinue reading Voluntary Administration of Estates in Massachusetts
By Robert Nislick According to a draft Massachusetts Courts capital master plan obtained by Massachusetts Lawyers’ Weekly, and reported in its June 15, 2015, issue, the Trial Court proposes to close 41 courthouses and consolidate them in other locations. The Framingham District Court, located at 600 Concord Street, Framingham, would undergo a major expansion, orContinue reading Proposed Consolidation of Framingham District Court and Marlborough District Court Raises Concerns