Nashua clients ask when to consider updating or revising our estate plans?

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Even the best-laid plans may need to be revisited and updated periodically to ensure they conform to your wishes. The following are several of the most common events that necessitates revisiti…

Estate Planning Client Has Questions

Nashua, New Hampshire Estate Planning Client Has Questions re: her “stuff” (i.e., passing on personal belongings). In the immortal words of the late comedian, George Carlin, much of our eff…

Concerns About the Continuation Of Business

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Nashua business owner has concerns about the continuation of her business after her death by her loved ones and how to avoid probate. The probate process can be especially complicated and e…

Which Assets Will Go Through Probate?

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Nashua Estate Planning Client Asks One of the key questions to address during any discussion about estate planning and probate is to understand the difference between probate and non-probat…

What is a Last Will & Testament and do I need one?

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A will, sometimes referred to as a person’s “last will & testament” is a document that a person prepares (usually with the assistance of an estate planning attorney) that sets forth how, a…

Nashua client has questions about what happens to her revocable trust and creditors after she dies?

Revocable trusts are common estate planning tools in New Hampshire. The trust is established by someone known as a “grantor” (i.e. the person who transfers assets into the trust) and in most i…

How to Get Started With Business Succession Planning

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Nashua Business Owner Has Questions The Covid-19 pandemic has created a new sense of urgency in the local business community to implement or update their business succession plans.  A compr…

Deceased Person’s “Digital Assets”

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New Hampshire’s recently adopted law on access to and administration of a deceased person’s “digital assets” provides some clarity on a complex issue. Terms of service agreements and privac…

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…

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 …

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Nashua clients ask when to consider updating or revising our estate plans?

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