Amherst business and estate planning client has questions …

prenuptial agreement New Hampshire
…about the use of a prenuptial agreement to support her estate plan. The use of a prenuptial agreement (defined in New Hampshire as an agreement “wherein a man and a woman in contemplatio…

Health Care Professionals and Management and Consulting Agreements

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New Hampshire dentists (and other health care professionals) should tread carefully with their agreements with management and consulting vendors. A key issue in a health care transaction betwee…

Basics Of Operating As An LLC

Basics Of Operating As An LLC
Nashua, New Hampshire start-up business has questions about the basics of operating as an LLC Our firm frequently consults with start-up and mature companies regarding the nature of the terms t…

Merrimack Estate Planning Clients Have Questions About Trust Administration.

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Some of our estate planning clients are trustees over trusts created by firm clients, or are asked to serve as a trustee or successor trustee over a trust drafted by other attorneys for a paren…

Top 10 questions Nashua business owners should be asking to implement a business succession plan

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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 avoi…

Hollis, New Hampshire Estate Planning Clients Ask:

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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 …

Nashua Business Owner has questions about shutting down (i.e. “dissolving”) the business

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After many years in business, an S-Corporation with two employees and two shareholders/owners has decided to close down the business. It seems like a simple process. Closing a business is ind…

Will Several Significant Changes To New Hampshire Laws Affect Your Estate Planning?

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Effective January 1, 2018, NH adopted a version of the Uniform Power of Attorney Act. One of the more important provisions under the new law is that banks and financial institutions are preven…

Nashua Business Startup Owner Has Questions About NH Taxes

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New Hampshire Business Taxes While the Granite State has neither a broad-based income tax nor a general sales & use tax, the State does have a number of taxes that do impact both businesses and in…
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Goodwill and Non-Compete Agreement in Business Sales

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The treatment of money allocated to goodwill and non-compete agreement in business sales concerned a Nashua area small business owner. The business owner had been working with a business intermedia…

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