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Attorney Susan Grossberg

Grossberg Law Offices
Experience:  26 Years
Area Served: Massachusetts

27 School Street
Suite 500
Boston, MA, 02108

Attorney Message

I am a Boston bankruptcy attorney assisting individuals and small businesses in the greater Boston area. I offer a no-charge initial phone consultation to discuss your current financial situation and outline alternatives that might work for you. Please call me at 617-357-5555 to talk about how I can help you.

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Verification- Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts

  • Last verified: 7/10/2014
  • Current status is Active
  • This attorney has no record of public discipline.
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Northeastern University School of Law, J.D.
University of Michigan, B.A. Economics

Bar Admissions

Massachusetts, 1992

Professional Associations

Boston Bar Association – Co-Chair of Consumer Bankruptcy Committee 2006-2008; Co-Chair of Bankruptcy Section Law & Public Policy Committee 2009-2011

Volunteer Lawyers Project – panel attorney and 2004 recipient of the Denis Maguire Pro Bono award.

American Bankruptcy Institute – member

National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney – member


About Me

About Attorney Susan Grossberg

Attorney Grossberg has worked in the offices of both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 trustees and thus brings to her cases broad experience and an intimate understanding of the roles of the significant players in the bankruptcy context. In addition, Attorney Grossberg is an adjunct professor at the Northeastern University School of Law and teaches their Consumer Bankruptcy course. Attorney Grossberg was admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1992 and in the State of Colorado in 1995. She graduated with a B.A. in Economics from the University of Michigan and obtained her law degree from Northeastern University School of Law. Attorney Grossberg also served as Judicial Clerk to Justice Kenneth Laurence of the Massachusetts Appeals Court..



Legal Questions & Answers

I'm very sorry to hear you are going through such a rough time. It must be very difficult to care for your parent while also managing the stress of work. Although your employer may not be breaking the law by contacting you and asking you to return to work, they are obviously displaying a lack of sensitivity and compassion which is just a shame. Please remember, Massachusetts is an "at will" state which means if you are employed at will, your employer does not need good cause to fire you nor do you need to provide a reason to quit. Good luck and I hope this turns out well for you.

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