You’ve probably heard real estate gurus talk about how you can generate lots of monthly passive income by renting out your investment property or primary home to tenants. However, they don’t often tell you about all the challenges landlords face when dealing with tenants. For instance, you must know how to screen tenant applicants properly and create lease agreements with … Read the rest
There is a common misconception that estate planning is only reserved for rich people with many valuable assets. The truth is that estate planning is appropriate for anyone with any number of assets, even minor ones with little to no monetary value.
Don’t wait until you’re old to create a last will and testament for your estate. We’d all like … Read the rest
A primary beneficiary must be named when you create a living trust, a retirement account, or take out a life insurance policy on yourself. This particular beneficiary is the first person entitled to receive your assets after you die. But if the primary beneficiary dies first or their whereabouts are unknown, your assets will transfer to the person you name … Read the rest
Ten Harris Road, LLC submitted a site plan application as a workforce housing project and requested a waiver of the 50 percent workforce housing requirement, but the planning board denied the waiver request concluding, among other things, that the provided financial information did not support it. Finding in favor of the applicant, the Housing Appeals Board vacated the planning board’s … Read the rest
Are you planning to leave the property of your estate to family members or friends after you die? If so, you’ll need to prepare a document called a “last will and testament” or “will” so you can leave different parts of your estate to the people you care about the most.
A will lets you specify who you want to … Read the rest
In 2015, Chichester Commons proposed to build a 24-unit elderly housing facility on approximately two acres and requested a waiver of the density requirement, which the planning board approved. After proposing a different project in 2018, in 2020, Chester Commons again proposed a 24-unit elderly housing facility and requested another density waiver request, which the planning board denied. The Housing … Read the rest
Construction and Authorization
For New Hampshire and other states across the U.S., state law requires that people seek permission from local or federal agencies prior to the creation of either new or revamped structures. The permissions granted depend on the kind of construction one is seeking. They may vary from local approvals for planning and zoning (such as variances, building … Read the rest
When your child is preparing to go off to college, it’s important that they take with them certain personal records. If any legal issues come up at college, your student would be well-advised to contact a reputable lawyer for support and assistance. While it would be tremendously unfortunate, it’s also possible that your child could be involved in some kind … Read the rest
More than 90 million Americans have pets in their households, but the vast majority of these individuals don’t think to make any kind of allowances for what should become of their pets in the event of their demise. Comprehensive estate planning should include some kind of provisions for care of your pet when you pass on, so those decisions … Read the rest
On June 24, 2022, the governor enacted House Bill 1661 into law. The following is a summary of the key changes to the land use planning and zoning process: