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Power of Attorney
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We often receive calls asking about challenging a will in NH. These calls ask if it can be done, by whom, when and whether it has to go to court for the challenge to take place. We also receive questions relating to whether a will can be challenged BEFORE a person has passed on. This...
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It’s a tough situation and it happens more than you think. Often a parent refuses to create any type of estate plan in spite of advice to the contrary. Why does this happen? This article will discuss the reasons for this and things you can do to work with your parents if you are in...
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There are many aspects to creating an estate. One of those is the creation of the Will. The Will contains a person’s final wishes as to his or her property upon death. This includes real and personal property. Real property is the home and land. Personal property are the other items such as jewelry, home...
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In this line of work, we often use examples to illustrate the differences in terminology. Wills, estates, living wills, powers of attorney and more are terms we use in our office all day long but these are confusing to our clients. For the purposes of this article (and many more), we will use scenarios to...
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As with estate planning, divorce is another topic that no one wants to discuss; however, for many of us, it becomes necessary.  If you are separated from your spouse, filing for divorce, or even just contemplating it – you are going to need more than just a divorce attorney.  You need to visit with an...
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