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…

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 …

Who administers an estate when there is no Will, spouse and no children?

This question was posed by a Nashua area probate client who recently lost a close friend. Unfortunately, his friend died without a will or any immediate family members. When a person dies owning …

Nashua estate planning client has concerns…

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…about the use of an irrevocable trust and qualifying for Medicaid. Many clients have legitimate concerns about the use of an irrevocable trust in their estate plans. In short, the use of irrevoc…

Merrimack, NH estate planning clients

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…have questions regarding treatment of the primary home, trusts and jointly owned property in elder law/nursing home context. Many of our estate planning clients have elderly family members who …

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