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Client Identification: Foundational And Unique To The Ethical Practice Of Elder And Special Needs Law
The issue of client identification is foundational and unique to the ethical practice of elder and special needs law
United States
27 Mar 2019
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US Supreme Court Blocks Transgender Bathroom Ruling
On August 3, 2016, the US Supreme Court voted 5-3 to put on hold a lower federal court ruling that a transgender male student be allowed to use the bathroom of his gender identity.
United States
10 Aug 2016
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Family Law: Parenting Coordination: A Tool For Resolving Family Conflict
Parents who cannot agree on parenting issues are not well served by endless litigation, nor are their children.
United States
26 Nov 2014
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Prenuptial Agreement With A Family Business
Two years ago, I took over a small business started by my parents. Now I am engaged to be married. Do I need a prenuptial agreement?
United States
6 Aug 2014
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DOL Proposes Rule Aimed At Expanding FMLA Coverage For Same-Sex Couples
DOMA’s defeat in the United States v. Windsor continues to have a ripple effect when it comes to other federal regulations.
United States
7 Jul 2014
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ADR Methods To Resolve Domestic Disputes
Alternate dispute resolution is preferable to litigation for domestic disputes in New Hampshire for many reasons, notably the time and cost in financial and emotional resources.
United States
21 Nov 2013
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Family Law: Collaborative Law Alliance Rolling Out Divorce Process Roadmap
The Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire (CLANH) has developed a new roadmap to assist divorcing parties in achieving their goals efficiently and effectively, and to let them know where they are in the process at every stage.
United States
21 Nov 2013
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What Happens When It's Over?
Fred and Wilma got through the divorce process using the collaborative model. Agreements were filed on the topics of property distribution, child support and alimony.
United States
5 Jul 2013
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If DOMA Is Overturned?
A discussion on the implications to the benefit structure in the event of the United States Supreme Court overturning DOMA.
United States
31 May 2013
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Same-Sex Couple's Estate Plans
It is important that you have updated financial powers of attorney and New Hampshire Advance Directives, clearly nominating your spouse (or another) as the primary person to make decisions in the event of incapacity.
United States
7 May 2013
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Can You Explain Exactly What Probate Is?
In New Hampshire probate is a formal public process. When a person dies with probate property a probate estate is "opened."
United States
22 Nov 2012
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Probate: What It Is And How To Avoid It
We constantly hear from advisors that we should plan our affairs in such a way as to avoid probate.
United States
16 Oct 2012
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The Benefits Of Collaborative Law For Business Owners
The benefits of alternative dispute resolution are well-known in the business community.
United States
5 Oct 2012
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Prenuptial Agreement Regarding Owning a Business
Two years ago, I took over a small business started by my parents. Now I am engaged to be married. Do I need a prenuptial agreement?
United States
25 Jun 2012
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Mandatory Self-Disclosure Rule
The Supreme Court has issued an order making initial disclosures mandatory in Family Division marital/parenting cases starting on April 1, 2011.
United States
27 Sep 2011
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Keeping the Vacation Home in the Family: Family Compound Trusts
Summer is fast approaching and for many families that means trips to the family cottage, camp or farm, a place where your family has enjoyed countless hours of fun and recreation over the years.
United States
15 Sep 2011
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Prenuptial Agreements: Not Just For Royalty
Prenuptial agreements, "prenupts", once rare, are now commonly executed preceding second, etc., marriages and increasingly prior to first marriages.
United States
17 Aug 2011
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Analysis Of The New Mandatory Self-Disclosure Rule In Family Division
Effective April 1, 2011, new Family Division Rule 1.25-A will bring significant changes to the practice of family law in NH.
United States
10 May 2011
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