Common Law Associates, LLP

Our Massachusetts bankruptcy law offices work to get the best possible result for each client. As an an affordable law firm we ensure that fees are fair and offer flexible payment plans. We understand that filing bankruptcy in MA is a difficult decision for anyone to make. This is why your bankruptcy attorney will strive to explain everything fully as possible from the first meeting, to ensure that you can make the proper informed decision and so there are no surprises down the road. Contact us now for a free consultation, so we can get you back on track, safeguarding your assets and your future.

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LeafFilter of CT was easy to work with and the installer seemed to do a good job. The covers have only been on for two months and it's winter now so I haven't had much time to evaluate them but so far so good.

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Nick did a great job with the roof. Kept me informed and did a great clean up.

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May 23, 2017
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May 14, 2014
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