Timber Trespass: What Happens When the Neighbor Cuts Down Your Trees

Disputes with neighbors are, unfortunately, a not-uncommon occurrence. They can be unpleasant, stressful, and sometimes escalate into a lawsuit. One category of neighbor dispute involves tr…

Evictions During Covid-19 Restrictions

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By Executive Order on May 15, 2020, Governor Sununu extended through June 5, 2020 the prohibition of residential and commercial evictions first announced in his Emergency Order #4. Pursuant to…

Paid Sick Leave provisions of recent Congressional Acts

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New Hampshire dentist has concerns about the Paid Sick Leave provisions of recent Congressional Acts after her practice reopens. The Department of Labor (DOL) recently issued regulations in…

Attorney Israel Piedra Moderates Statewide Diversity Panel Discussion

Last week, Attorney Israel Piedra served as the moderator for a panel discussion during Stay Work Play’s 2nd annual event “NH Next: A Summit for Young Changemakers.” The discussion, which took…

Modification of Court Orders for Child Support or Alimony

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During this incredibly difficult economic time due to the Covid-19 crisis, there is very often a significant reduction, or even loss altogether, in a person’s employment income.  Thus, the abi…

Nashua, New Hampshire Business Owner asks if it is too late to apply for a Small Business Administration Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan?

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) introduced several areas of financial assistance for business owners, but one of the more beneficial provisions of the Act is …

UPDATE: Response to COVID-19

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A message to our clients Dear clients, All of us at Welts, White & Fontaine, P.C. are here for you. We know you have so much to take care of – your family, your business, your pets, y…

CARES Act Passes to Support Economy During COVID-19 Pandemic

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On March 27, 2020, President Donald Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) into law, which is aimed at providing significant tax and non-tax stimulus to…

Governor Sununu Signs Executive Order Permitting Online Notarization of Legal Documents

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Emergency Order #11 permits notarial officers to perform secure, online notarization of legal documents. The order creates an exception to the requirement that the signatory personally appear befo…

The COVID-19 Pandemic: A Message from Managing Partner Michael Fontaine

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To our clients, colleagues, friends, and family: Like all of you, we are adjusting to the rapid progression of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on our daily lives. Welts, White & F…

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Potential Problems After Auto Accident

Auto accidents happen everyday, and there are so many factors that can cause a collision to occur. All the parties involved in the crash have a responsibility to call the police, tend to those wit...

What Is My Tree Worth? Calculating Damages For Timber Trespass In New Hampshire

If your neighbor or their tree service cut down trees on your property, you are likely entitled to damages. Furthermore, if the trees were cut down accidentally (usually because of miscommunic...

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