McLane Middleton attorney John E. Hughes will be presenting at the NH Bar Association’s “Remote Notarization and Execution of Legal Documents” webcast on April 21, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. ET.
The program is designed to assist attorneys and paralegals with the difficult issue of execution of estate planning and other documents while in the “stay at home” mode. The faculty will describe the applicable laws and orders, as well as suggested alternatives to the signing procedures, which will apply or to be used during the crisis.
John is a partner who concentrates his practice in tax, business and estate planning. He focuses on estate planning for family owned businesses and has authored several articles on this subject. A long-time native of New Hampshire, John is the grandson of Irish immigrants who worked in the mills of Manchester. He earned his High School Degree from Manchester West High School, his Bachelor’s Degree, with honors, in Business Administration from Saint Anselm College, his Law Degree, with honors, from Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law and his graduate law degree in Taxation from Boston University School of Law. He is also a graduate of New Hampshire’s premiere leadership training program, Leadership New Hampshire. John can be reached in the firm’s Manchester office at (603) 628-1347 or [email protected].
McLane Middleton director Robert A. Wells will moderate the session.
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