When New Hampshire real estate is sold in a typical transaction and ownership is transferred to the buyer, the seller has to pay Real Estate Transfer Tax (“RETT”) and the buyer also has to pay RETT. If you have sold or bought real estate in New Hampshire, it is likely that you paid your one-half share of thousands of dollars … Read the rest
Archives for October 2018
On Monday, Superior Court Justice Kenneth C. Brown granted a temporary injunction preventing the State of New Hampshire from imposing new voter registration forms in the upcoming 2018 election.
In 2017, several Republican New Hampshire senators sponsored SB3 (“SB3”), a bill amending New Hampshire’s voter registration process to include stricter requirements for proving domicile. SB3 became effective law on … Read the rest
There are many benefits to having a properly drafted estate plan, such as knowing that your family’s finances will not be frozen by the mandatory probate administration process and can make sure that your assets go to the people you want them to go to – instead of getting distributed according to state law for when a person dies … Read the rest