Bianco Professional Association would like to congratulate Laura Keeler as she has been awarded the Paralegal Association of New Hampshire (PANH)’s annual scholarship. PANH is a state-wide non-profit professional organization, comprised of over 100 paralegals, law firms, and other organization...
Bianco Professional Association would like to congratulate Laura Keeler as she has been awarded the Paralegal Association of New Hampshire (PANH)’s annual scholarship. PANH is a state-wide non-profit professional organization, comprised of over 100 paralegals, law firms, and other organizations, dedicated to the development of the paralegal profession in New Hampshire. Laura was awarded the merit-based
Monday, April 17, 2017 by Chris
Bianco Professional Association is proud to announce that Attorney Crystal Maldonado has been recognized by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys (AIFLA) as one of New Hampshire’s “10 Best Attorneys” for the year 2017. The American Institute is an impartial third-party attorney rating organization comprised of 13 divisions, consisting of: bankruptcy law, criminal law, DUI/DWI,
Monday, April 10, 2017 by Chris
Bianco Professional Association attorney Jason Dennis recently took part in the New Hampshire Bar Association’s innovative “Learn@Lunch” series. The program offers brief, hour-long continuing legal education (CLE) credits to attorneys throughout New Hampshire by way of a live website stream, allowing lawyers and law firms to take part from the convenience of their own offices.
Join Us at the AFFC Foundation’s Spring Social Dear Friends: On Wednesday, May 18, 2016, the Adoptive Families for Children Foundation — a non-profit organization and friend of Bianco Professional Association — will hold its Spring Social to raise funds for children in need of adoption. The event, which is open to the public, will
Bianco P.A. personal injury attorney Tom Colantuono recently obtained a $275,000 award for an out-of-state resident who was injured while visiting New Hampshire. The plaintiff, a 61-year-old man from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, lost a portion of the long finger on his dominant hand when a defective hotel window slammed down on it, amputating the tip. The
Free Speech in Public Schools The limit that a school district can impose upon free speech in public schools is in the news again, this time in a case from Morgan Hill, California. Morgan Hill is a city about an hour south of San Francisco, and is home to the Morgan Hill Unified School District
Kelly Smith, LICSW, received the award from NAMI New Hampshire. Congratulations to Kelly Smith, LICSW, Bianco Professional Association’s Adoption Clinical Consultant, on receiving the 2015 Therapist of the Year award from NAMI New Hampshire. NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, presents the award to practitioners known for their exemplary work and to honor “individuals
The adoption tax credit has increased for 2015. Information regarding the 2015 adoption tax credit has been released and there’s good news for adoptive parents — the tax credit has increased.
Legislation now makes gestational surrogacy a realistic and attractive option for families. For individuals and couples, especially those in the LGBTQ community, who wish to become parents but are physically unable for whatever reason, gestational surrogacy can be life changing. It helps people achieve the reality of having the family and parenthood that they could
Victim was struck while crossing the street. Bianco P.A. attorney Thomas Colantuono recently obtained a $95,000 settlement for a New Hampshire resident who was injured as a pedestrian in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The client was crossing the street in a marked crosswalk when the defendant driver ran her over, breaking her foot and leaving her with