Requirements for employers during the COVID-19 pandemic: State and federal emergency legislation and executive orders

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Yesterday, March 19, 2020, President Trump signed into law emergency legislation meant to provide protections to American workers affected by the novel coronavirus and its related fall-out. …

My Parents Want to Move to a Residential Care Home In Bedford

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How can I avoid the need for a guardian? In order to avoid the imposition of the appointment of a court approved guardian, a person should have at least two primary documents which take car…

Attorney Valerie Raudonis Prevails in NH Supreme Court Case

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Nashua, NH: The New Hampshire Supreme Court has held that an unmarried man may legally adopt an assenting adult while that adult maintains her legal relationship with her birth mother.  T…

Valerie Raudonis Brings Her 40 Years of Legal Experience to Welts, White & Fontaine, P.C.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 10, 2018 For more information, contact: Welts, White & Fontaine P.C. 29 Factory Street Nashua, NH 03060 E-MAIL: office@lawyersnh.com Valerie Raudonis Brings Her 4…

Family Law Appeals In New Hampshire

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The last thing people want to deal with after a long, drawn out trial over custody or divorce is more court proceedings. But unfortunately, appeals are often the reality. Sometimes, it’s becau…

Unmarried Couples Buying a New Home In New Hampshire

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Unmarried Couples Buying A New Home In New Hampshire May Want To Consider A Tenancy In Common When buying a new home you may hear the terms “joint tenants” and “tenants in common,” but what do …

Amherst, New Hampshire estate planning clients…

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…have questions and concerns about Joint Ownership of property and accounts in their estate plans. In joint ownership, two or more persons share an undivided fractional ownership in property …

Attorney Mike Fontaine Named New Hampshire Bar Association Liaison for Family Law and Workers’ Compensation

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Attorney Michael J. Fontaine, a director and shareholder of Welts, White, and Fontaine, serves on the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Committee on Cooperation with the Courts and was recently named…

Financial Betrayal and the Looming Divorce

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Amherst, NH area client asks: Should I have seen my divorce coming? The foundation of any relationship is trust. When trust is broken, it is often difficult to repair; but when a spouse takes a…

Penalty-free Access to Retirement Funds in Divorce

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The division of retirement accounts is often one of the many issues that needs to be addressed in a divorce matter. Although trying to retain retirement accounts you may be awarded in divorce i…

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