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New Hampshire Advance Directive Form

A New Hampshire advance directive lets a person set up a durable power of attorney for health care and a living will. This allows someone to choose an agent to handle their health care needs, in case they cannot do so for themselves, and to outline their end-of-life care. This form is common to be…

New Hampshire Unsecured Promissory Note Template

The New Hampshire unsecured promissory note binds two parties into an agreement that requires one party (the borrower) to make a single or consistent payments towards a loaned balance in a predetermined time frame. This note is unsecured, which means the lender does not receive security if the borrower enters into default and cannot recover. The lender…

New Hampshire Secured Promissory Note Template

The New Hampshire secured promissory note helps put two parties involved in a money-lending transaction on the same page to ensure the borrower follows the payment type outlined in the agreement and is aware of the repercussions of not doing so. To help protect the lender from losing the loaned balance, the borrower needs to put an…

New Hampshire Small Estate Affidavit | Form NHJB-2144-P

New Hampshire does not offer a small estate affidavit (through the now-defunct process of “voluntary administration”); the process was eliminated by legislation in 2006. However, a waiver of full administration affidavit offers similar benefits of simpler and quicker distribution of the assets of the estate of a decedent. The process is an option for decedents…

New Hampshire Last Will and Testament Template

A New Hampshire last will and testament is a legal document in which a testator (person to whom the will belongs) states their final wishes regarding how they wish to have their estate distributed upon death. For most testators, the most important priority will be the continued protection of a spouse and/or any children; these…

New Hampshire Deed Forms

A New Hampshire deed form is a legal document used to convey real estate from an owner to a purchaser in New Hampshire. The forms are intended to be completed by the Grantor (“Seller”) to be completed conveying their interest in the property to the Grantee (“Buyer”). There are different forms depending on the type…

New Hampshire Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

With a New Hampshire living trust, the creator (termed as the “Grantor” or “Settlor”) transfers their assets into a trust in order to ensure that their estate is properly managed should they be incapacitated or when they die. All details of the assets included in the trust and how they will be divested must be described in…

New Hampshire Special Warranty Deed Form

A New Hampshire special warranty deed is best explained as a cross between a quitclaim deed and a general warranty deed. It provides a measure of guarantee from the seller to the purchaser; though it is not a full guarantee, as is the case in a general warranty deed. The seller is merely guaranteeing that…

New Hampshire General Warranty Deed Form

A New Hampshire general warranty deed is a form of deed used to transfer or convey real property, or land and buildings, in New Hampshire, from one person or entity to another. This particular deed comes with a warranty that the title to the property is free of any hidden encumbrances and that the owner…

New Hampshire Quit Claim Deed Form

A New Hampshire quit claim deed is used to convey property between two parties but offers no guarantee to the title of the property. The form only transfers the ownership from the Grantor(s) stated, and not who the actual owner may be or any prior owners. This document will require the name and address of…