Serious injuries can permanently change your life. They can affect your ability to work, leave you with major medical expenses, and impact your quality of life. If someone else is responsible for your injuries, you may be entitled to fair compensation and deserve representation by an experienced Massachusetts personal injury attorney.
A criminal record can negatively affect the rest of your life. A criminal record can hinder your ability to successfully obtain employment, perform military service, volunteer, pursue an education, be granted child custody, and acquire housing. Having Attorney Farrington on your side can help obtain the best possible outcome for your criminal case.
For many individuals, bankruptcy laws could provide needed relief from financial struggles. Though many see this avenue as a “last resort,” it should be actively considered as a viable option. Most people do not realize that there are threshold requirements and time limitations for filing bankruptcy. Act quickly and contact Farrington Law to find the right path forward during this difficult time.
Legal issues regarding your family require the attention of an experienced, dedicated, and understanding attorney. Our firm has provided countless clients with outcomes that satisfy the best interests of each individual family.
Our firm offers counsel in many other areas of law including, but not limited to estate planning and civil litigation. Careful estate planning provides comfort to the person bequeathing assets and relief to the loved ones left behind, relieving them of many of the burdens that can fall to those grieving a loss. Civil litigation is a lawsuit based on a non-criminal statute, meaning it is separate from a criminal proceeding. Contact Farrington Law with your legal questions and concerns.
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