Environmental issues are everywhere. Hazards like heavy metals, oil, gasoline, chemicals in drinking water, and so much more can be found on properties all over the state of New Hampshire. These environmental hazards lead property owners to wonder who is responsible for the environmental clean-up. Many are shocked to learn they are the ones footing the bill.
Common Neighborly Legal Issues in New Hampshire
When you purchase a home, one of the first things you hope for are good neighbors. You know… The neighbors you can count on to grab your child off of the bus when you are running late. Or a neighbor who is happy to give you a cup of sugar when you discover you’re out in the middle of making … Read the rest
Joint Tenants – What To Know When Owning a Home in NH
Owning a home in New Hampshire comes with so many different legal concerns. There are many things to know, whether you are just signing the paperwork for the mortgage or you have owned the home for years and now need to determine what to do with it when a spouse dies. Owning a house jointly with another person may seem … Read the rest
Can the Government Go Too Far When Pertaining to Property Rights?
Eminent domain… This is a phrase many homeowners have heard about and yet hope they never need to experience it firsthand. However, more homeowners, and landowners, are finding that small portions of their land is being used as eminent domain. If you have never heard this phrase before, eminent domain is when the government takes private property and uses it … Read the rest