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Patience E. Carlier Elected Chair of the Trusts and Estates Section of the NH Bar

Sulloway attorney Patience Carlier has been elected as Chair of the Trusts and Estates Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association.  This active ... Read more

Timothy A. Sorenson Joins Sulloway & Hollis

Timothy Sorenson joins Sulloway & Hollis as an Associate. Concord, NH – March 1, 2022: Sulloway & Hollis welcomes Timothy Sorenson to the ... Read more

Patience Carlier accepted into NE Fellows Institute of the ACTEC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - New England Fellows Institute Concord, New Hampshire (December 29, 2021) – Patience E. Carlier, an attorney at the ... Read more

Who’s Going to Take Care of Rover & Mittens After You’re Gone?

Our pets are part of our families, and New Hampshire law provides us with a special way to care for them after we pass away: Pet Trusts Though pets ... Read more

NH Senate Bill 74 Makes Significant Changes to Health Care Advance Directive Decisions

NH Senate Bill 74 was recently signed into law. SB-74 makes significant changes to state law relative to advance directives for health care ... Read more

NH Senate Bill 134 – Making Probate Administration Simpler

Hopefully, legislation will be adopted in the 2021 Session of the New Hampshire legislature which makes a much simpler probate administration process ... Read more

New FINRA Rule Restricts Financial Advisors’ Ability to Be a Beneficiary or Hold Position of Trust for Clients

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is an independent, nongovernmental organization that writes and enforces the rules governing ... Read more

Word of Caution in Trust and Estate Law!

In re Alice Stedman 1989 Trust 2013 Restatement, No. 2017-0288 (N.H. Aug. 15, 2018). In this case, a daughter’s attempt to cut her brother out of ... Read more

Estate Planning and the Personal Aircraft

Estate planning frequently involves the creation of a revocable trust for the purposes of managing property during the Grantor’s lifetime, and ... Read more

Does Your Will Minimize Probate Time and Fees?

In order to avoid the time and expense of court supervised “probate” proceedings, many individuals have executed a “pour-over” will which may ... Read more