Estate Planning can be Easy

Really? “It wasn’t nearly as bad as I thought it was going to be!” That is a common phrase I hear from clients after they sign their Will who were initially apprehensive about meeting with me. It is very common for people to be scared about thinking of death or planning for it. In fact, […]

Out of State Power of Attorney? You May Need an Additional Document.

A properly drafted Power of Attorney drafted in some state other than new Hampshire, will still be valid here with one proviso: if the Agent actually needs to use that document, the Agent must sign a new Acknowledgement. This is a form that the Agent signs acknowledging that he or she is a fiduciary and […]

Child Going Away To College? Don’t Forget the Student’s Healthcare Documents!

Every year, we offer a simple plan for college students. Once your child turns 18, you are no longer the legal guardian and, depending on the state the college is in, you may not only have no say in his or her medical treatment, you may not even be able to get any information whatsoever […]

There is No Time Like the Present to Update Your Estate Plan

Every estate planning attorney can tell you stories about bad, incomplete or absent estate plans that created havoc for families. From unfunded trusts- you do know that a trust must be funded, right?- to simply outdated plans, we have seen it all. In some cases, this has led to unnecessary delay and expense but in […]