Useful LInks

Curtin Law Office is a regional leader in the area of estate planning, guardianships, long-term care planning, probate administration, and the many issues that are currently associated with the practice of Elder Law.

We are aware of the many local, regional, and national organizations and agencies that have developed internet resources that might interest you in exploring your options and gathering information.

We invite you to review the various web sites listed below, and also invite you to contact us should you like share resources you think we should include in our "Links" section.

Useful Links - General Law

New Hampshire Bar Association
Law-related information, legal help, and resources.

The most highly "trafficked" legal web site, FindLaw provides the most comprehensive set of legal resources on the Internet for lawyers, businesses, students, and individuals.


Useful Links - Seniors

The American Association of Retired Persons is a national organization with chapters in every state.

Alliance for Retired Americans
National organization for retired union members.

The official US Government website for people with Medicare coverage or for those seeking information.

Medicare and Medicaid
The official website of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the federal agency that administers the Medicare and Medicaid programs.


Useful Links - NH

NH Service Links
A program of the NH Department of Health and Human Services providing connections to long term services and support, family caregiver information and resources for people and families with disabilities.

State of NH
Official government site for the State of NH, offering information about state agencies, resources, and a wide range of useful data.

NH Statutes
On line resource listing State of NH laws and rules at-a-glance. Visitors can also search for a statute or search for pending legislation.

Downloadable Resources

Case Study: Is Your Trust Funded?

John¹ was in his mid-fifties when he asked us to create an estate plan for his mother. After completing the work we asked John about his own estate planning needs.“I am all set,” he said. “I had an estate plan and trust created within the past year.” Unfortunately, John passed-away unexpectedly just after we completed his mother’s estate plan, which is when we learned that his trust had never been funded!

Case Study: Protecting Your Assets 

People are often confused about asset protection in a case where only one spouse is in need of long-term care. In one case, a husband thought that he could lose his house and that all of his assets would need to be spent-down to pay for his wife’s care. He wasn’t quite sure about how the five year look-back that he had heard about worked or how he could possibly maintain his wife's care if he were to stop working; or worse, what would happen if he suddenly was unable to do so! Fortunately he was...

Ten Key Estate Planning Issues
When first determining your estate planning goals, there are a number of items to consider regardless of your age. Plus, each family situation is different and will require an individualized assessment. Nonetheless, issues that might influence your initial estate planning goals include the following ten...


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