In New Hampshire, decisions during periods of incapacity or at the end of life are governed by the Advanced Directive, consisting of a Living Will and a Power of Attorney for Health Care. The Advanced Directive creates an “agency relationship” between the principal (the person executing the estate plan) and the agent (the designated person who will act on behalf … Read the rest
Published on the New Hampshire Bar Association web site on February 17, 2012.
Both the General Court and Supreme Court were active in 2011. Here is a summary of key developments.
In Appeal of City of Lebanon, 161 N.H. 463 (2011), the Supreme Court addressed who qualifies as an “aggrieved party” where real estate is subject to … Read the rest