Did you know when you list a person as the executor of your estate, that person does not automatically get the job? The probate court must appoint that person as executor before they can handle your affairs. This shouldn’t stop you from nominating a person as your executor though. Most of the time, the person you nominate will be the … Read the rest
Archives for May 2022
Creating a revocable trust is something everyone should do, especially as they get older. After all, you can’t guess what the future brings. That means you won’t have a specific date for when you might not be able to handle things on your own. While it used to be difficult to keep up with the different laws pertaining to revocable … Read the rest
When a person begins to describe property, they might be a little leery to talk about anything other than land or a home. However, property is basically anything that is owned by a person or even a company. So, you are talking about cars, clothes, and even pets in addition to any real estate. All of those things can be … Read the rest
Throughout your life, you have probably heard a few common legal terms thrown about in conversation. You may have also heard these words used in the news, during your favorite television shows, or even while watching a movie. Understanding legal jargon can be difficult if you do not hear it all of the time. We want you to understand some … Read the rest
In a memorandum opinion dated March 16, 2022, the New Hampshire Supreme Court (the “Court”) issued a ruling in favor of a Plaintiff landowner against the Town of Raymond (the “Town”) concerning the applicability of a road maintenance release.
The agreement at issue was originally entered into in June 1988, when the previous landowner sought to obtain a building … Read the rest