We are pleased to announce alfanolawoffice.com is now alfanolaw.com. Aside from changing the name (and having fewer letters to type), we redesigned the entire site to improve your experience. Don’t worry – our articles and resources (such as our Road Law Guide) haven’t gone anywhere, and plenty of new content is in the queue. We hope you find the … Read the rest
Alfano Law Office would like to welcome Jason Curtis to the firm as an estate planning and probate attorney. Jason focuses his practice only on estate planning and probate. He is a member of WealthCounsel, a well-known national estate planning organization of over 4,000 attorneys. WealthCounsel membership brings with it the sharing of collective knowledge and cutting-edge estate planning … Read the rest
If you have ever driven through newer developments, you may have seen that many of them have ponds. These ponds are installed to assist with stormwater damage by giving the water a place to go. There are a couple different types of ponds used in new developments but first, let’s discuss some of the potential damaging effects of stormwater runoff. … Read the rest
Have you heard of a famous hermit named Perley E. Swett? He was a resident of Stoddard, New Hampshire, at the time of his death in 1973.
Native residents of New Hampshire have probably heard the story of Mr. Swett before. He was a man with no money or means of financial support other than the massive property he owned. … Read the rest
The Department of Environmental Services did something it hasn’t done in more than 25 years by making massive updates and alterations to the rules and regulations governing New Hampshire wetlands.
Some of the most notable updates have been made to the quality standards of surface water and shorelines. These are statutory updates involving modernized and scientific advancements to accommodate the … Read the rest
New Hampshire law doesn’t consider the occupants of extended-stay hotel rooms as tenants. If extended-stay hotel customers were considered tenants under New Hampshire law, they would be entitled to statutory protections preventing them from being forcibly removed. These protections are not offered to hotel guests because they are considered customers.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court addressed this controversy in the … Read the rest
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
Neighborhoods around the country are full of neighbors. Some of those neighbors are amazing. Others are almost non-existent because you barely see them. Then there are those neighbors who won’t get the neighbor-of-the-year award anytime soon. You know the neighbors we are talking about. The terrible neighbors who party all night, make too much noise, and even throw garbage onto … Read the rest
There are so many things we all need to take care of as we live our life. Work is always at the top of that list, because we have to pay our bills. Of course, that money is also used for vacations and so much more. With things getting so expensive, we are seeing many people choosing to DIY numerous … 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