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Income Property- It’s More than Cashing Rent Checks

Too often, people enter the world of income property expecting it to be simple: sign a lease, prepare the unit and collect rental checks. They quickly find it to be far more complex. New Hampshire law imposes extensive requirements on landlords and, while the laws can appear relatively straightforward, there […]

January 2, 2018

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Marijuana Decriminalization – What You May Not Know

New Hampshire’s law decriminalizing the possession of marijuana, which took effect on September 16th, mitigates prosecution for possession of small amounts of cannabis. However, this law, which reduces the criminal charge to a violation level non-criminal offense is very specific; not all possession has been decriminalized. Adults 18 and over […]

January 2, 2018

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Co-Parenting Plans and Holidays

Divorce or separation often disrupt long-standing holiday traditions. It is challenging for parents to put aside their own feelings of loss to create new traditions for the children or continue their former traditions. A well-written, thorough Parenting Plan provides parents a guidebook to rely on. It is important to remember […]

January 2, 2018

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DUI: No Destination is Worth the Risk

At this time, when many people are driving to and from holiday celebrations, it’s important to remember that even one drink can be too many. For drivers over the legal drinking age of 21, blood alcohol content of 0.08 and above will be evidence of impaired driving. For those under […]

December 14, 2017

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Suspected of DWI? Know What to Do.

1.5 million drivers are arrested annually for DWI/DUI. In 2016 alone over 4,000 New Hampshire operators were arrested for impaired driving. It is never advisable to operate a vehicle or watercraft if you have consumed alcohol, drugs or medications that may impair judgment. Instead, assign a designated driver, call a […]

August 31, 2017

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Drone Use- Do You Know the Regulations?

As drones become more common, concerns for misuse have increased. The FAA has implemented rules addressing safety issues. These rules apply to drones that are less than 55 pounds in weight and used for commercial (i.e. non-hobbyist) operations. Use of a drone to take photographs or videos for compensation or […]

August 31, 2017

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Subdividing Property? Know the Legal Hurdles

Are you considering purchasing property with the intent to develop or subdivide it? Or perhaps you want to subdivide your existing lot. It is important to know if your intentions comply with municipal zoning ordinances and subdivision regulations; the purpose of which is to avoid issues that arise within poorly […]

August 31, 2017

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Hosting Underage Drinking Parties – Know the Risks

Graduation season brings an increase in under-age drinking parties. Many parents worry that despite the law, their teenaged children may participate. While some believe it’s safer if this occurs at home with supervision, adults put themselves and others at serious risk when they permit underage drinking. The law defines a […]

May 12, 2017

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Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income

If you are unable to work due to one or more medical conditions, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) from the federal government. To qualify: You must be unable to do any substantial work because of your condition; and The duration of […]

April 28, 2017

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Which Business Entity is Right for You?

There are many reasons to form a business. You want to start a new business, or formalize the existing structure of an established one, or perhaps you are purchasing real estate and want to limit your liability. The key is to choose the correct entity type. Here are some factors […]

April 26, 2017

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