Archive for May, 2014

30May, 14

Under New Hampshire law, a successor entity may be held liable for a predecessor’s debt when: (1) buyer expressly or impliedly agrees to assume such liability; (2) the transaction amounts to a de facto consolidation or merger; (3) the buyer entity is merely a continuation of the seller entity; <spanclass+”bold”>or (4) the transaction is entered ... more

22May, 14

A real estate attachment is a court order preventing the transfer of real estate during the pendency of litigation. Attachments are most commonly used in civil cases, in the collection of a debt or in a personal injury action. However, an attachment is also helpful in a divorce case to protect one spouse from transferring ... more