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With a history dating back to 1901, the Laconia law firm of Martin, Lord & Osman, P.A., has a more than century-long tradition of providing high-quality legal services to both individuals and businesses in Belknap County and the surrounding areas in New Hampshire. Today, our law firm is home to eight experienced attorneys and a staff of dedicated legal professionals who work together to offer...

  • Our Laconia law firm, Normandin Cheney & O'Neil, PLLC, has been the choice for both individuals and business clients in Belknap County and the surrounding areas in New Hampshire for more than 100 years. The reason for our continued success is our dedication to protecting the rights and futures of our clients as we help them overcome legal challenges related to the following: • Personal...

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    Rousseau Law & Mediation, PLLC, is located in Concord, New Hampshire, and is dedicated to providing high-quality, professional representation for family law matters at a reasonable price. We also prepare wills and can assist clients in addressing probate issues, enabling clients to effectively dispose of assets after their death. Additionally, Attorney Marianne L. Rousseau, Esq., has a...

  • The Law Offices of Robert V. Johnson II is a long-established law firm in Concord, New Hampshire. Established in 1936, we are proud of our history representing local people and businesses. Our advice is practical and trustworthy, and we work in a range of practice areas, including estate planning and small business formation. Attorney Johnson is a second-generation lawyer with unique credentials...

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    The Law Offices of Willis Sloat in Concord, New Hampshire, is solely focused on helping people make important decisions that will shape their future and their loved ones' futures. In estate planning issues such as wills and trusts, this team preserves each client's legacy through asset protection and forward-thinking strategies. They also help people avoid probate and administer estates, as well...

  • Providing personalized and compassionate service to our clients with their Trusts, Wills, Estate Planning, Probate and Elder Law needs in the Greater Manchester NH Area. Ambrogi Law Office, located in Manchester, New Hampshire, takes great care in providing our clients with top quality, personal service to meet their unique needs. Planning is important for your children, for your parents, and for...

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    Helping You Plan For The Future As the founding attorney of The Law Office of Hoover & Flynn, PLLC, I am dedicated to helping individuals and families properly plan for the future. I have helped clients throughout Rockingham and Strafford Counties for more than 20 years.  Planning for the future can be hard, but I can help you every step of the way. I understand the unique challenges...

  • Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, PLLC: An Established Practice Dedicated To Serving Our Clients At Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, PLLC, we are a team of nationally recognized attorneys representing a variety of clients throughout New Hampshire and New England in an expansive array of practice areas, including:  Business law Employment and labor law Environmental law Land use and...

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    At the Annutto Law Office in Nashua, New Hampshire, we are fully committed to helping you secure a brighter future for yourself and your family by delivering the highest level of advocacy and representation possible for your complex and serious legal challenges. Serving clients throughout New Hampshire and Massachusetts, attorney Joseph M. Annuto and the rest of the legal professionals at our law...

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