- New Law Changes Treatment of Trust Interest in Divorce
- January 23, 2018 | Author: Jacqueline A. Botchman
- Law Firm: McLane Middleton, Professional Association - Manchester Office
Your divorce client advises you that her parents, who are well off, have likely provided for her in their trusts and she is concerned that her husband may share in her potential inheritance. What do you advise her?
In New Hampshire, marital property includes “all tangible and intangible property and assets, real or personal, belonging to either or both parties, whether title to the property is held in the name of either or both parties.” RSA 458:16-a (emphasis added).To read the full article, click here.