Firm operations during the state of emergency
Welts, White & Fontaine continues to conduct business as normally as possible during the COVID-19 state of emergency. However, most attorneys and staff are working remotely and certain new protocols have been instituted for the safety of our clients, employees, and the community. Review this page for more information, and please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.
Be assured that our service to our clients will continue uninterrupted during this period. Our attorneys are available at your convenience via e-mail, videoconference, or telephone, and we have robust systems in place to allow full access to our physical and virtual files.
We also continue to accept new clients. If you have a legal matter you would like to discuss with one of our attorneys, please send us a message through our website, e-mail us, or call us at (603) 883-0797.
Small Businesses have a Second Chance at the PPP Loan
Court Operations During State of Emergency (video)
Nashua, New Hampshire Business Owner asks if it is too late to apply for a Small Business Administration Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan?
Update on Payroll Protection Program Loan under the CARES Act
Modification of Court Orders for Child Support or Alimony
Estate Planning Signing Protocols
Paid Sick Leave provisions of recent Congressional Acts
Evictions During Covid-19 Restrictions
Senate Passes More Business-Friendly Bill Modifying the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) in the CARES Act.
Breach of Contract: Covid-19 and the Effect of a Force Majeure Clause
CARES Act Passes to Support Economy During
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 individuals and businesses. Created as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the $2.2 trillion package is the most expensive legislation passed in U.S. history.
Some of the CARE Act’s provisions provides opportunities for businesses and individuals to access much-needed cash now, while others may not result in a realized benefit until taxpayers begin filing (or amending in the case of 2019 returns filed before enactment of this law) their 2019 and 2020 tax returns. Please see our article CARES Act Passes to Support Economy During COVID-19 Pandemic.
What follows is a summary of the different loans available under the CARES Act provided by the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship as well as some other useful information provided by the State of New Hampshire on unemployment benefits and other matters important to small businesses: