Are reciprocal wills enforceable?
Reciprocal wills, also known as mutual or mirror wills, are wills made by two or more people, usually spouses or partners, that contain similar provisions and are created with the understanding that each person’s will is dependent on the others. Reciprocal wills often include provisions that mirror each other, such as leaving assets to the […]
What should I do if the police are asking me to cooperate against a friend?
The Police Are Asking Me To Cooperate Against A Friend Sometimes, after arresting, or even before arresting a suspect, the police or prosecutor may suggest that they cooperate with the authorities against another target. This police tactic is most commonly associated with drug cases but it can come up in any kind of investigation. The […]
New Federal Marijuana Law Pardon
Marijuana is no longer the fear inducing gateway drug of years past. In fact, there has been a growing movement across the United States to legalize or decriminalize the drug. This has led to a number of changes in state laws, with many states legalizing it for medical or recreational use. Despite these changes, marijuana […]
DUI Cases Being Dismissed for Invalid Breath Tests in MA & NH
Arrested and Charged With a DUI in NH? In recent news the Massachusetts, Supreme Court upheld the dismissal of a high volume of DUI cases due to invalid breath tests. According to a recent report by WBUR, a Boston-based public radio station, at least 400 DUI cases have been dismissed in the state over the […]
An Overview of the New Hampshire Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act
There is currently legislation pending in the New Hampshire legislature on whether to enact the Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act. Commonly known as TOD or Transfer on Death, this is a type of deed by which property owners designate who will inherit their real estate after their death. In states where it is […]
I am only looking at a fine, do I still need to hire a lawyer?
I am only looking at a fine, do I need to hire a lawyer? Hiring a lawyer to fight a fine might sound silly. A fine is far better than jail time. But what you might not realize is that many fines come with strings attached. Regardless of why you’re being fined, it’s important that […]
Can I get money back for lost wages if I can’t work because of the accident
Can I get money back for lost wages if I can’t work because of the accident? One of the most devastating aftereffects of an accident is the emotional toll it takes on your life. Once an able-bodied person capable of doing daily tasks on your own, working and providing for yourself, and not depending on […]
How to Divide Up Retirement Accounts – QDRO?
How to Divide Up Retirement Accounts If you’ve started the divorce process or are considering it, then the question of what will happen to your retirement accounts has likely come up. This is an extremely emotional topic as there’s so much time and discipline that goes into saving for retirement, not to mention the dreams […]
Can I get an advance on my settlement to pay bills?
Can I Get An Advance On My Settlement Nobody likes having to pay bills, but if you were one of the thousands of people who find yourself in a pinch because of unexpected medical bills due to an accident that was not your fault, then the responsibility can feel all the more daunting. In addition […]
How can I prove how serious my injuries are?
How Can I Prove How Serious My Injuries Are As if suffering is serious injury from a car accident or another person‘s negligence isn’t bad enough, the entire personal injury legal process requires proving the severity of your injuries. The process of proving this can seem daunting, and it’s important that you have a legal […]