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You may think that obtaining a civil judgment against someone means they will pay you. Respectfully, think again. The judgment only means they owe you the amount of the judgment. Then the hard work really begins: collecting. New Hampshire law allows thirty (30) days for a judgment debtor to pay…

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The New Hampshire Bar Association’s Foreclosure Relief Project, in collaboration with the New Hampshire Association for Justice, recently held a full-day Litigation Seminar in Concord, NH. The program included presentations on all aspects of the litigation process, from settlement talks to trial strategies, through the lens of foreclosure proceedings. Welts,…

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[caption id="attachment_1790" align="alignleft" width="190"] Jack S. White[/caption] Jack S. White and Israel F. Piedra recently served as volunteer judges for New Hampshire high school mock trial and “We the People” competitions. The mock trial competition was held in Nashua at Hillsborough County Superior Court South. Among the mock trial judges…

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