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Timothy E. Angley

Timothy E. Angley

Partner at Angley & Angley
  • Estate Planning, Real Estate Law, Probate...
  • Massachusetts
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Summary

A local firm with a focus on Residential and Commercial Real Estate, Wills & Estates, and Business Law. We work with every client personally and strive to give you the best possible experience.

Practice Areas
  • Estate Planning
  • Real Estate Law
  • Probate
  • Business Law
  • Elder Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    Free initial 30-minute consultation.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    All major credit cards.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Massachusetts
1st Circuit
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Partner
Angley & Angley, Attorneys at Law
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Partner in small law firm.
Attorney
Special Counsel
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Contract Attorney for various firms through Special Counsel.
Attorney
Gillis & Angley, Counsellors at Law
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Attorney for small firm.
Staff Attorney
Howrey LLP
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Staff attorney for 500+ person law firm in Washington, DC.
Clerk
Gillis & Angley, Counsellors at Law
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Clerked through law school for small firm.
Education
Suffolk University Law School
J.D. (1999)
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Professional Associations
State Bar of Massachusetts # 645102
Member
Current
Websites & Blogs
Website
Angley & Angley
Legal Answers
3 Questions Answered

Q. seller claims buyer is responsible for title 5. Seller has no records of inspection nor does the town. is this legal?
A: The Board of Health should be the ones keeping the records for a Title 5 inspection. It is legal for a sale without an inspection if the sale is to a family member. In Massachusetts, it is the SELLER who is responsible for the Title 5 inspection and if needed, repair costs. The Buyer would only be responsible for Title 5 if the parties agreed that the Buyer was going to cover that cost.
Q. My town changed the classification of my home from a single family to a multifamily after purchase. Is this legal?
A: This is legal especially if the zone that the house resides in already allows for multifamily use. Is the home being used as/designed for a multifamily use? Does the valuation on the home reflect a multifamily or single-family designation?
Q. I'm buying my In laws house and my husband will be on the title but not the loan, do I still need a title 5 inspection?
A: Hi, You will not need a Title V inspection as the transfer from your husband's parents to a child of theirs falls under the exemption under M.G.L.c. 21A, section 13.
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Angley & Angley, Attorneys at Law
121 Warren Avenue
Plymouth, MA 02360
USA
Telephone: (508) 746-1382
Fax: (774) 283-9869