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Congratulations to Jennifer Codding on Her 10th Anniversary of Being Sworn into the New Hampshire Bar

Jennifer Codding

May 14, 2020, marks a big day for Massey Law Group’s attorney Jennifer Codding — it is the 10-year anniversary of Jennifer being sworn into the New Hampshire Bar one day prior to graduating law school and without having to take the written bar exam.  How did she do this? By successfully completing the University […]

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Remote Online Notarization (RON): How to Make it Work For You

Remote Online Notarization

Under a new law, authorized notary publics in the State of Florida may now perform remote online notarization for persons located anywhere in the United States by use of a secure audio-video connection. The law, codified in Fla. Stat. Chap. 117 Part II, went into effect on January 1, 2020, and revised Florida’s notary public […]

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Accessing Your Retirement Plan for Coronavirus Relief: How the CARES Act Amends 401K Rules for Plan Distributions and Loans

CARES Act: Accessing Your Retirement Plan

With a large portion of the workforce grappling with unemployment or reduced income as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, many Americans are looking to their retirement savings and pondering whether to use these funds as a fallback measure. With the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”), enacted on March 27, […]

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The Third Wave of Coronavirus Relief – Will it Help You, and How? 

CARES Act

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (“CARES”) Act was signed into law on March 27, 2020, and represents the third major piece of relief legislation enacted in response to the coronavirus crisis.  After an $8.3 billion dollar emergency spending bill, and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, (see our summary here), the CARES Act […]

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What Employers Need to Know About About Paid Leave and FMLA Provisions Passed for COVID-19

On March 18, 2020, the President signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. The act contains a broad range of measures aimed at combating the economic fallout from the current pandemic, but employers will be most affected by emergency provisions for paid sick leave and an expansion of the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). The […]

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MLG Announces Employees Will Work Remotely Amid Increase of COVID-19 Cases

COVID-19

As COVID-19 increasingly impacts our community, MLG announces that our employees will work remotely beginning on Monday, March 16. Our firm is prepared for the transition to remote staffing and our tier-5 security for data, email, and hardware ensures that our commitment to high-level security is seamlessly maintained. For our clients, it will be business […]

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Partition Actions to Divide Real Property: When Two or More Individuals No Longer Want to Own Real Estate Together

Hand holding house keys - partition actions

You and your brother inherit a mansion from your long-lost wealthy uncle. You want to sell the property so you can get cash now. Your brother wants to keep the property, but he is unable to pay you for your share of the property. What do you do? In cases where joint owners of a […]

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Changes to Florida Jurisdictional Limits

In an effort by the legislature to bring relief to the Circuit Court’s heavy caseloads and to move cases through the court system faster, as of January 1, 2020, jurisdictional limits in Florida’s trial courts have been modified to allow for lower courts to handle more cases. Jurisdiction is the legal principle by which a […]

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Florida Pet Trusts: Who Will Care for Your Pets When You are Gone?

cat and dog Florida Pet Trusts

We have all heard stories of people leaving millions of dollars to their pets. The most famous may be Leona Helmsley, who left $12 million in trust for her white Maltese, Trouble, and nothing to two of her four grandchildren.   Even the courts felt that this was excessive, and a year after Helmsley died in […]

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Condominium Buyers Beware: Potential for Increased Liability for Unpaid Assessments

Condominium Buyers Beware

Due to a recent court ruling, condominium purchasers may now be responsible for payment of the entirety of delinquent assessments owed by previous owners of a unit rather than just the delinquent assessments owed the previous owner.  In Coastal Creek Condominium Association, Inc. v. FLA Trust Services LLC, Florida’s First District Court of Appeal held […]

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