Practice Areas

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• Civil Litigation •
• Probate Law •
• Family Law •
• Bankruptcy Administrative Law •
• Business Law •
• Real Estate Law •
• Corporate Law •
and more

From simple estate planning to complex real estate matters and litigation, the attorneys of HP&L are well versed in numerous areas of legal expertise. They are proud to offer a personal approach to individuals and corporate clients alike.

HP&L handles civil litigation in all local, state and federal courts in all counties of New Hampshire. The firm’s lawyers have decades of trial experience and finally honed research skills.

All of the leaders at HP&L are active participants in their communities. They serve as volunteers to local nonprofit organizations, pro bono advisors for worthy causes, and advocates for the disadvantaged.

Business Law

Business Law

Business law, also known as corporate/commercial law, is the body of rules that govern the dealings between persons in commercial matters. Business involves mergers, acquisitions, internal reorganization, or disputes between corporations and individuals concerning liability, patents, and compliance with state and federal law, as well as international accords.

Civil Litigation

Civil Litigation

Civil litigation is the process that allows individuals, businesses, and other entities to use the courts to settle disputes. Civil litigation cases are private disputes in which the parties are usually seeking a judgment or remedy from the court.

Family Law

Family Law

Family law is a practice area concerned with legal issues involving family relationships. Matters that fall under family law include the following:

Probate Law

Probate Law

Probate law involves the creation of and/or process of proving a will. Matters that fall under probate law include the following:

Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law

Real estate law is a branch of civil law that covers the right to possess, use, and enjoy land and the permanent man-made additions attached to it. Real estate law affects homeowners, renters, landlords, home buyers, and home sellers. Why would I need a real estate attorney? Buying a Home Selling a Home Foreclosure Land […]