Bolduc November 8, 2005 NH Probate Court Order

This Order is offered for educational purposes only. References to law and rules may not be current or accurate. Counsel must evaluate whether the Order has utility in a given case.  I am always happy to try to answer general questions of fellow counsel about law and practice and can be reached via the information [...]

Bolduc February 24, 2005 NH Probate Court Order

This order is offered for educational purposes only. References to law and rules may not be current or accurate. Counsel must evaluate whether the pleading has utility in a given case. I am always happy to try to answer general questions of fellow counsel about law and practice and can be reached via the information [...]

Hodges v. Johnson – Can you still decant to remove beneficiaries in New Hampshire? The statute says yes but the court says not in this case

One of the more significant decisions from the New Hampshire Supreme Court as it relates to the area of Trusts and Estates was decided this year.  On January 22, 2018, the Court denied the Defendant’s Motion for Reconsideration or Rehearing, thereby finalizing its decision in the case of Hodges v. Johnson.

Shelton v. Tamposi NH Probate Court Merits Order

Shelton v. Tamposi NH Probate Court Merits Order Counsel must evaluate whether this Order has utility in a given case.  I am always happy to try to answer general questions of fellow counsel about law and practice and can be reached via the information below. Ralph F. Holmes McLane Middleton ralph.holmes@mclane.com (603) 628-1409 (office) (857) [...]

In Re: Mongan Revocable Trust of 2004 Order

Counsel must evaluate whether this Order has utility in a given case.  I am always happy to try to answer general questions of fellow counsel about law and practice and can be reached via the information below. Ralph F. Holmes McLane Middleton ralph.holmes@mclane.com (603) 628-1409 (office) (857) 278-0019 (cell) Download OrderDownload

Randall v. Mahan Final Decree

Counsel must evaluate whether this Order has utility in a given case.  I am always happy to try to answer general questions of fellow counsel about law and practice and can be reached via the information below. Ralph F. Holmes McLane Middleton ralph.holmes@mclane.com (603) 628-1409 (office) (857) 278-0019 (cell) Download OrderDownload

Randall v. Mahan: Advice of Counsel Defense

Congratulations to Roy McCandless on his big win for the trustee in Randall v. Mahan, a case in which Judge Gary R. Cassavechia acting as Judicial Referee carefully analyzes reliance on counsel as a defense to breach of fiduciary duty claims.  The Order is important reading for counsel representing trustees or beneficiaries.  Circuit Judge Michael L. Alfano adopted […]