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New Hampshire (NH) Elder Law Laywers: NH Elder Law Attorneys. Lawyers and Law Firms in the practice of Elder Law in NH
Summer 2018

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NH Elder Law Attorneys
A Guide to Selected Elder Law Lawyers Online in New Hampshire

Concord - Beasley & Ferber
Concord - McDonald & Kanyuk
Exeter - Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella
Keene - Pamela P. Little
Keene - Ward Legal Group
Laconia - Martin, Lord & Osman
Lebanon - Caldwell Law
Manchester - Butenhof & Bomster
Manchester - Curtin Law Office
Moultonborough - Law Office of Attorney William F. Smith
Nashua - DeBruyckere Law Offices
Portsmouth - Hartley Law Firm
Sanbornton - Warren F. Lake

See Also:
NH Family Law Attorneys (DirectoryNH.com)
NH Trust & Estate Attorneys (DirectoryNH.com)

Of Interest:
Resource Guide On Elder Abuse, Neglect & Exploitation (NH DOJ)


IMPORTANT

The selection of an elder law attorney may be critically important to your loved ones. In a small state like NH finding attorneys who only practice elder law can de difficult. When seeking an elder law attorney, we recommend that you find someone belonging to professional associations beyond the Bar, organizations like National Elder Law Foundation or the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. You can also inquire if (s)he is a Certified Elder Law Attorney.

Keep in mind that in most cases, fees charged by elder law attorneys are negotiable. Your lawyer runs a business - it just happens to be a law office. Whatever thier fee quote, feel free to make a counter offer. If done tactfully, NH Lawyers rarely object. Be careful though, the cheapest lawyer isn't always the best.

To get an idea of how fellow attorneys rate each other, consult Martindale-Hubbell and to interpret the information see their explanation page.

For additional information, read Selecting, Hiring and Working with a Lawyer.

One more important thought. In NH, it is a crime to not report certain suspected cases of elder abuse.

RSA 161-F:46 requires any person that has a reason to believe that an elderly incapacitated adult has been subjected to physical abuse, neglect, or exploitation or is living in hazardous conditions to notify the Department of Health and Human Services or their local law enforcement agency.

Any person (other than the alleged perpetrator) who makes a report of an alleged incident of abuse, neglect or exploitation in good faith shall have immunity from any criminal or civil liability.


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