That depends largely on the value of the equity value remaining after the Mortgage debt(s) or liens (including taxes) that are against it. The federal exemptions allow you an exemption in that equity value of approx. $25,000. The value of the total is also usually reduced by about ten percent of...Read more »
Generally, a construction company or general contractor can charge by the hour and the terms and pricing are outlined in your contract. Some companies may be willing to negotiate a fixed price or a mix of the two. However, it is usually unlikely for a general contractor to charge by the hour as...Read more »
Thanks for your question. In order to answer fully, I'd need to know, at a minimum, terms of the business purchase and what you want to patent. I'd also need to review the business purchase documents. If you're interested in hiring my firm for this, please just let me know. Thank you.
First, not all power of attorney agreement will include the authority to sell property. Often if it does, it is applicable only while the donor is alive unless there was some sort of transfer of that right. Second, whether or not the property has already been transferred or disposed of would be an...Read more »
This really depends on your claim. In New Hampshire, undischarged mortgages that have been on record for more than 50 years become void unless prior to the 50 years the mortgagee or assignee state the mortgage is not discharged, and upon recording of such, the 50 years begins again. N.H. RSA...Read more »
I would need a bit more information to thoroughly and thoughtfully answer this question. Having a lien on a property does not necessarily lead to ownership. A lienholder would need to foreclose or auction the property, if applicable, and the highest bidder would become the owner of the property....Read more »
I work for a town municipal department in New Hampshire and we're (public works dept.) having trouble with some residents going through our road closed sign. Our signs are properly placed out from another. We have a "road closed ahead" at each entrance into the road and our... Read more »
Thanks for posting your question. I represent only folks charged with a crime so I would do not actually bring any charges. However, in the past I have represented citizens that have been charged for entering a closed road with various violations.
I would think that your local PD would be...Read more »
A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Many jurisdictions have traffic laws placing the responsibility on the occupants of the parked car in opening a door into traffic. Only a local attorney could advise there. However, as a general matter...Read more »
Most states do honor a will drawn up in another state as long as the will was validly created in the other state according to the laws of the other state as the time the will was executed. However, that creates a problem of proof in the new state. When it comes to probating the foreign will, the...Read more »
Was sold a car, Private sale, and was lied to about the condition the car was in. I know I most likely will have nothing there to get money back on, but in the bill of sales there were items that were listed that were not given or received. The price of all items adds up to about 9k, and because of... Read more »
You should contact your defense lawyer. You should never speak with the prosecutor directly without your lawyer. If the information you have is valuable your lawyer should be able to assist you without risking any admission or other problems.
Removing and replacing roof including the framing. No roof, just tarps, some water got in. It was expected in this type of job, hence the terms and conditions. Customer filed a claim with my insurance even though the Terms and Conditions she signed directly states that I'm not liable for any... Read more »
It sounds as if the homeowner breached your contract by filing an insurance claim when she shouldn't have. I'd ask her to withdraw the claim. It sounds like she is also interfering with your General Contractor. Yet, since you stated things seem to be ok for the moment, that's...Read more »
Driveway was posted however it was late and below freezing temperatures. Truck was about to die 100%. I'm on camera going up driveway and leaving. Never reached anyone for help. Found out months later there was a theft around the time I went up there to ask for a phone. Police are trying to... Read more »
The answer really depends on the facts. You should contact a defense lawyer and consult about your case. If you have been charged with a criminal offense that means there is probable cause to arrest according to at least a police department and justice of the peace.
A new manager put in place a rule that if you are asking for time off you must provide a reason for that request. If the reason isn't good enough, you are denied your request. The request sheet is left out so that anyone can see your request.
Yes. Since paid time off is not required by law, employers have a lot of discretion to define the terms of when and how employees can use it. If you don't want your requests to be seen by others, you can ask to mark the days you'd like off on the sheet and separately email or message your...Read more »
Assuming NH is the home state of you and the children, you don't need to wait! You would be filing a parenting petition seeking sole decision-making responsibility and residential responsibility for the children. Because the children are exclusively your responsibility, you may also want to...Read more »
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