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BUSINESS LAW

Business Law, Business Incorporation, Tax Matters

Starting a new business can be an exciting and taxing time. Our attorneys are here to explain the different formation options available to you. Lake Shore Legal has experience in the formation of corporations, S corporations, single member LLCs, multi members LLCS, partnerships, and sole proprietorships. Our attorneys can explain the different advantages and disadvantages that each potential formation option offers.  

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CIVIL & COMMERCIAL

Property Disputes, Personal Injury, Car Accidents

Under Massachusetts’s law, personal injury claims are won by proving that another individual’s or company’s careless actions led to your personal injuries. This is done by providing evidence that the other individual or company was negligent, reckless, or intentional. Negligence is proven by showing that the other party failed to take reasonable care, while intentional or recklessness is proven by showing that the other party acted intentionally or maliciously

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CRIMINAL DEFENSE

OUI, Assaults, Batteries, Drug Cases & More

If you have been charged with Operating Under the Influence (OUI), possession of illegal narcotics; intent to distribute illegal narcotics; possession of a firearm or other weapon, theft, burglary, larceny, shop lifting, assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, trespassing, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended or revoked license, operating recklessly, leaving the scene of an accident, other motor vehicle violations, or a probation violation the attorneys at Lake Shore Legal can assist you

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TRUST WILLS & PROBATE

Estate Management, Property Management, Mortgages

Estate Planning is the mechanism in which an individual plans for and directs assets to transfer at the time of death. A proper estate plan will allow for a decedent to transfer the most wealth to chosen individuals while maintaining compliance with the federal and state tax codes.

Routine estate planning devices include Last Will and Testament, Trusts, Durable Power of Attorneys, Health Care Proxies, and HIPAA forms.

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