iability Waivers

Liability waivers Liability waivers – also known as liability releases or “exculpatory contracts” – are almost omnipresent these days. They’re tucked into sign-up forms, on permission slips, in fine print on the backs of tickets, and in the “terms and conditions” on our favorite websites. As explained in a previous…

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Approximately 5.4 million people live with paralysis across the United States. The majority of these cases are caused by illnesses such as strokes and multiple sclerosis. However, traumatic spinal cord injuries cause approximately 27% of paralyses. It is estimated that 38% of spinal cord injuries are caused by motor vehicle…

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business succession plan

Many New Hampshire business owners commonly have not reviewed their estate planning documents with an attorney in many years nor have they developed a formal business succession plan. To avoid huge mistakes, business owners should take the time to ask the following pertinent questions: Do I have a will and/or…

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What Are Motivating Factors For Estate Planning And Business Planning? A recent client consultation touched on the “whys” of estate planning and business planning. As in, what do most people want to accomplish when they come in to our offices? Here is my unofficial “top five” list. 1. Incapacity planning…

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Purchase and Sales Agreement New Hampshire

Purchase and Sales Agreement The standard Purchase and Sales Agreement as prepared by the NH Association of REALTORS includes a section where the real estate, which is subject to the sale and purchase, is described. In that section, the Agreement defines the term “Property”. It is the only place where…

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