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Q. What are common mistakes people make in NH Estate Planning and wills?

Posted by Richard E. Clark | Mar 09, 2013 | 0 Comments

A. Many people fail to change their estate plans and wills in New Hampshire as things in their life change. Some examples are entering a new age bracket, having children, acquiring a medical condition, a change in assets or equity in assets, and business partnership succession. Many believe an old will or estate plan will work when the situation and timing in their life has changed.

Attorney Clark of the Law Office of Richard E. Clark, LLC has experienced his client's legal requirement to go through formal estate administration in NH when an individual fails to list beneficiaries on retirement accounts, investment and brokerage plans. Don't forget to review your beneficiary schedule for any such account. This will likely bypass the probate process in New Hampshire.

The Law Office of Richard E. Clark, LLC creates estate plans, wills, Power of Attorneys, living wills and handles probate administration. Offices are located in Portsmouth NH, Dover NH, andNewburyport, MA, For more information on NH Wills, estate planning and law, please go to www.NHseacoastLawyers.com.

Attorney Clark can be contacted at (603) 431-0009 for a free estate planning or probate administration consultation.

About the Author

Richard E. Clark

Attorney in Portsmouth, Dover, NH and Newburyport, MA Attorney Richard E. Clark is one of the seacoast's most successful attorneys. He has effectively litigated injury cases and civil suits achieving multi-million dollar results. Richard is friendly, detailed and has no reservations arguing in Court, when it's in the spirit of justice. Attorney Clark is a NH seacoast native. After his father retired from the U.S. Army, they returned to their ancestral Rye Beach property. His grandmother of the Sawyer/Jenness family settled Rye Beach, NH and Haverhill, MA. Prior to practicing law, Richard owned several contracting companies for almost two decades. After graduating from Portsmouth High School in 1991, he persevered through a ten-year educational pursuit to complete his law degree, NH and MA licensure, while managing his businesses. Richard's reputation is known in the seacoast area as friendly, driven, aggressive and detail-oriented. Richard has always possessed a passion for work. He is continually strategizing about how to best resolve his client's dilemmas while achieving the best outcome. Attorney Clark was a private criminal contract defense attorney appointed to the Newburyport District Court from 2007-2011. He achieved the Commonwealth of Massachusetts certification in 2008. Attorney Clark is a member of the National College for DUI Defense, New Hampshire Association of Justice, Essex County Bar Advocates Criminal Defense, Rockingham County Bar Association, and the New Hampshire Bar Association. Mr. Clark is a graduate of the Massachusetts School of Law (2002) and Franklin Pierce College (1998). He is admitted to practice law throughout New Hampshire and Massachusetts, the United States District Court of NH, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.

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