Nashua, New Hampshire Estate Planning Client Has Questions re: her “stuff” (i.e., passing on personal belongings). In the immortal words of the late comedian, George Carlin, much of our efforts and angst in life are centered around what to do with our “stuff”.  While his classic routine was spot on,…

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Nashua business owner has concerns about the continuation of her business after her death by her loved ones and how to avoid probate. The probate process can be especially complicated and expensive for a business.  It can be quite a process to petition the court for an expedited appointment of…

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Should Her Commercial Real Estate Lease Have a Non-Disturbance Agreement

Nashua Business Owner Asks The short answer is, Yes.  Commercial leases often include what is known as a subordination, non-disturbance, and attornment agreement, commonly referred to as an SNDA. SNDAs memorialize certain rights of the tenant, the landlord, and associated third parties, such as the landlord’s lender or a purchaser…

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Which Assets Will Go Through Probate

Nashua Estate Planning Client Asks One of the key questions to address during any discussion about estate planning and probate is to understand the difference between probate and non-probate assets. Probate is the process through which a court determines how to distribute someone’s property after they die. Assets that are…

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Daycare Injury Lawsuits In New Hampshire

Everyone knows that kids are magnets for bumps and bruises. Most of the time a child gets injured, it is nobody’s fault: just the product of an uncoordinated and accident-prone young person. Injuries, however, are especially concerning when they occur outside the parents’ presence. More and more households include both…

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Revocable trusts are common estate planning tools in New Hampshire. The trust is established by someone known as a “grantor” (i.e. the person who transfers assets into the trust) and in most instances is also a beneficiary of the trust. When the grantor dies, the trust does not automatically terminate.…

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It’s a common occurrence: one driver yields the right of way and waves another driver into traffic. Most of the time, the first motorist is doing a favor to the second driver by allowing them to go. And most of the time, the act is greatly appreciated. It is even…

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Nashua Business Owner Has Questions The Covid-19 pandemic has created a new sense of urgency in the local business community to implement or update their business succession plans.  A comprehensive business succession plan will increase the chances that a business will survive the retirement, disability, or death of its owner.…

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