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Recent Posts

Adapting to Change

As the year comes to a close, we reflect on the changes we have faced in representing our clients. Summer weather brought outside meetings, yet the return of the New England winter has required new methods to ensure business is conducted safely. Through these peculiar times we remain open and ready to serve our clients, […]

You Call, We Answer

Kalil and LaCount has been serving clients throughout New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts for over 40 years. Our firm, comprised of five general practice attorneys, has been providing legal services to individuals and small to midsized businesses through times of turmoil and times of prosperity. Whatever the issue, we are committed to serving our clients’ […]

Work From Where?

With many businesses shifting to working from home, it is important to consider the effects this shift will have on your data security/privacy and potential liability. Working from home poses a new risk to the preservation of confidential information. Whether you work with protected information under state or federal law, or simply information critical to […]

Recent Changes to Retirement Accounts

The law has recently changed regarding tax-advantaged retirement accounts, these changes were included in the SECURE Act, effective January 1, 2020, and the CARES Act, effective March 27, 2020. While the CARES Act has a short-term focus, both are important to understand when managing and planning your finances.   SECURE ACT: The age for required […]

A Special Relationship

This month’s post from Kalil and LaCount will focus, not on a legal issue, recent changes in the law, or the present pandemic, but on how we view our clients. In today’s rapidly changing legal and business world, an attorney/client relationship built on mutual trust and respect is essential. Many law firms today are interested […]

Commercial Transactions

Commercial transactions are the center of business. Businesses enter contracts and assume liability on a daily basis. No one can predict the future, but understanding and minimizing your risk is important. As a business owner, an inventory of the agreements/transactions you enter into on a reoccurring basis demonstrate the substantial risk and commitments you assume. […]

Identifying Negligence

Injuries occur every day. Depending on the circumstances, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Most personal injuries are based on negligence—the failure to exercise due care. Negligence has four elements: duty, breach, causation, and damages. Duty: While there are heightened duties in certain relationships, such as common carriers with passengers, the general standard for duty […]

Planning Ahead

When you think about New Year’s resolutions, consider a check up on your legal well-being. Whether you’ve completed your estate plan last year or ten years ago (or have no estate plan), the beginning of a new year is a good time to review your current situation and any recent events which may require updating […]

We’re Back!

We’re back! The Kalil & LaCount monthly posting will resume. It may have been a while since we have last spoken. This edition will provide an overview of our firm and practice areas. Having served clients for over 40 years, we pride ourselves in our commitment to representing people. While operating as a general practice […]

Timeline of a Personal Injury Case

While each case is unique, most personal injury cases follow a similar track.  Below is an example of a recent case involving a motor vehicle accident: Facts As Paul’s vehicle traveled through an intersection, Danielle failed to yield at a stop sign and broadsided Paul’s car. Danielle received a ticket for failing to keep her […]