Divorce can be a tumultuous time spent worrying about your kids, your money and your future. Estate planning is usually not high on the to do list. However, addressing your estate plan is an important piece of a divorce. Attorney Jan Myskoski’s recent New Hampshire Bar News article Get Out of My Will: Estate Planning
Elter-Nodvin v. Nodvin: Change in beneficary does not violate anti-hypothecation order
By Kysa Crusco on
Posted in Divorce, Property Distribution
The New Hampshire Supreme Court recently issued an interesting opinion in the matter of Elter-Nodvin v. Nodvin. It is not a traditional family law case, ie divorce or parenting, but rather a constructive trust matter. Nevertheless, the holding has ramifications in the family division.
Husband files for divorce from wife. Family court issues an anti-hypothecation order…