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Eviction Defense

Are You Facing Eviction in Massachusetts? Our Eviction Defense Attorney Can Help.

If your lender or landlord is threatening to evict you, you must act quickly. Don’t wait until you come home to padlocked doors to get in touch with a member of our legal team at Glenn F. Russell Jr. & Associates P.C.

We have the skill and experience necessary to advocate for you when you are being threatened with eviction. Whether you are a borrower or a tenant, our eviction defense lawyer can protect your rights and provide you with peace of mind throughout your case. If we determine that we can be of assistance in your case, we may be able to help you with everything from crafting a response to your eviction notice to fighting your unlawful detainer claim in court, and anything in between.

Start protecting your rights today. Call (888) 400-9318 today to schedule your consultation.

Eviction Process in Massachusetts

Eviction is a multi-stage process, progressing differently for different renters and homeowners. Regardless of whether you are paying off your home or renting it from someone else, you must always act quickly after you receive an eviction notice.

Renters and Tenants

When you receive an eviction notice from your landlord, you are racing the clock. Massachusetts laws do not explicitly state how much notice landlords must give when tenants violate their lease, but the law requires them to give at least 2 weeks’ notice when tenants fail to pay rent. Once your landlord delivers your eviction notice, they will open an eviction lawsuit against you and you will be served the related legal documents.

Since your landlord will begin actively formulating their case against you at the point you receive an eviction notice, it is imperative that you reach out to a qualified legal representative as soon as you are informed of your impending eviction.


United States law requires mortgage lenders to give homeowners 4 months before taking legal action or beginning a lawsuit. To be exact, homeowners can be notified of eviction after 120 days of failure to make appropriate payments. In the state of Massachusetts, you are legally allowed to cure the default once every five years and/or apply to have your loan modified. The processes of eviction, foreclosure, and loan modification can all be complex and confusing, and one misstep could cost you your home

Get in Touch with an Eviction Defense Attorney Immediately

No matter your circumstances, involve a Massachusetts eviction defense lawyer as soon as your landlord or bank serves you an eviction notice. We know the laws and have the skills and practical knowledge to help you work your way out of a tough spot.

Contact us to schedule your case review with a member of our team at Glenn F. Russell Jr. & Associates P.C.

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