From disputes with a neighbor, to breach of contract, to injuries resulting from someone’s negligence, civil litigation covers a wide array of legal disputes. If you think you may have claim against another party, an attorney can help to evaluate your case and give you an honest opinion about your chances for success. Bohnet, Romani & Farrington, P.A. has extensive experience representing clients in civil litigation, including taking and defending depositions, motion practice, brief writing, orgal arguments, trials, arbitrations, mediations, and negotiating settlements. Our skilled representation in court led to a recent jury verdict of over $800,000.00.
There are three basic levels of trial courts in Massachusetts—small claims court, district court, and superior court. The court you file in differs depending on your circumstances. As such, the costs associated with filing in these courts differ as well. A lawyer can help to explain the differences and challenges in filing in the separate courts available to you in Massachusetts.
Real Estate Protection & Transactions
Attorney Jeffery S. Bohnet has been performing real estate transactional work for over two decades. Real estate law calls for attention to detail and the ability to meet strict deadlines. Whether you are buying, selling, or refinancing a residential or commercial property, a real estate attorney makes sure that all steps are taken for the transaction to occur smoothly. Working with Attorney Bohnet is specifically committed to handling all of your real estate law needs.
Whether you are a first time home buyer or more experienced in the real estate market, Attorney Bohnet will guide you through your transaction.
Massachusetts has some of the most nuanced landlord/tenant laws in the country. Contacting an attorney early in a landlord/tenant dispute can be crucial to a successful outcome in a case. Whether you are dealing with an eviction, mold issue, or any other landlord/tenant dispute, a skilled attorney can provide guidance in protecting your interests.
When it comes to construction disputes, it is imperative to have an attorney than can talk the talk of the industry. An attorney should know about change orders, construction schedules, retainage, value-engineering, and punch-lists, to name a few. An attorney should know the difference between galvanized versus aluminized steel, “as built” plans versus “blue print” plans, and dormers versus gables. Whether you are a contractor or a home owner, Bohnet, Romani & Farrington, P.A. can speak the language.
Our attorneys can help review and edit contracts you use for your business. Whether you need help creating contracts or simply reviewing the contracts you already use, the attornys at Bohnet, Romani & Farrington, P.A. would be happy to assist you.
Additionally, if you find yourself in the middle of on ongoing contract dispute, our attorneys can help to accomplish a favorable result.