Blog Posts from Littleton NH

Upcoming Webinar: What is Community Power & How does it work?

Upcoming Webinar: What is Community Power & How does it work?

May 13, 2020
The Community Power Law enables cities, towns, and countries to procure and provide electricity on behalf of their residents and businesses. On May 20, 2020 the New Hampshire Municipal Association is hosting a webinar to discuss Community Power.
New Hampshire State and Federal Courts COVID-19 Response

New Hampshire State and Federal Courts COVID-19 Response

Apr 27, 2020
An update regarding the COVID-19 response and operational changes of the New Hampshire state and federal courts.
NH Suspends Eviction, Foreclosure & Utility Shut-Offs | What Business Owners Need To Know

NH Suspends Eviction, Foreclosure & Utility Shut-Offs | What Business Owners Need To Know

Apr 06, 2020
The ongoing public health emergency caused by COVID-19 (coronavirus) has caused New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu to issue executive orders that significantly affect the rights of landlords, tenants, borrowers, lenders, and utility companies in New Hampshire.
Income for Child Support in New Hampshire

Income for Child Support in New Hampshire

Feb 27, 2020
In New Hampshire, the amount of child support to be paid is determined by "gross income", which includes all income with limited exceptions. Tax law treatment of income is not the standard (In The Matter of Hampers, 166 NH 422 (2014)); when the court interprets the law, it looks to actual income available to pay child support.
New Hampshire Issues of Fault in Divorce

New Hampshire Issues of Fault in Divorce

Jan 27, 2020
Most divorces in New Hampshire are granted based on irreconcilable differences that caused or are the substantial cause of the final breakdown of their marriage. Additionally, New Hampshire recognizes that one party may be the substantial cause of the final breakdown of the marriage.
21 Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer PC lawyers named to 2020 Best Lawyers® list

21 Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer PC lawyers named to 2020 Best Lawyers® list

Aug 15, 2019
We are pleased to announce that 21 of our lawyers have been included in the 2020 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence.
I Am an Executor/Administrator of an Estate—Now What?

I Am an Executor/Administrator of an Estate—Now What?

Aug 08, 2019
Have you been designated as a Personal Representative or Executor? Attorney Elizabeth Brown breaks down all of the responsibilities that come with being named the Personal Representative or Executor to someone's Will.
Nope, Sorry—Having a Will Does Not Avoid Probate

Nope, Sorry—Having a Will Does Not Avoid Probate

Aug 08, 2019
One of the most common misconceptions about estate planning that I run into is the belief that having a Will allows your estate to avoid probate. That is not the case. When an asset passes to others according to the terms of a Will, it has to go through the probate process.
Gregory Eaton is Admitted to American College of Trial Lawyers

Gregory Eaton is Admitted to American College of Trial Lawyers

Mar 11, 2019
We are proud to share that attorney Gregory Eaton has become a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the premier legal associations in North America. The induction ceremony at which…
Manufactured Home Coop in Upper Valley to get 132 KW Solar Array

Manufactured Home Coop in Upper Valley to get 132 KW Solar Array

Oct 24, 2018
Mascoma Meadows, a 50-unit resident-owned manufactured-home cooperative in Lebanon, N.H., will soon use solar power to generate some of its electricity.