15Apr, 20

If you are an unmarried couple, business partners, or friends who decide jointly to purchase real estate in New Hampshire, there may come a time where one of you wants to get out of ownership of that real estate and the other wants to keep it.  If a couple is married, the property is considered part of the marital estate, which would be handled in any divorce proceeding, even ... more

25Mar, 20

A former administrator at a continuing care retirement community, called the Woodlands, sued in federal court both his employer and its President for revealing to the community members the reason for the firing.  The President of the community sent a memorandum to community residents stating the former administrator had been terminated because of a pattern of unprofessional ... more

19Feb, 20

Employees may have a variety of reasons to change employers; whether to get into a new career, look for more financial security for family; and/or because the work environment is not optimal.   When seeking a new job, it is best to be employed so it is better not to quit and then look for a replacement job if you can tolerate the wait. Your employer may decide to walk you ... more