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Keene's Friendly Estate Planning and Elder Law Firm

Attorneys Susan R. Abert and Michael T. Jordan have years of experience advising clients in the following areas of law:

Safety is a Priority

Norton & Abert has always been in the business of serving people. During this coronavirus outbreak, we are closely following updates from the CDC and the Governor of New Hampshire.

First and foremost, the health of our clients, our team and our community is most important. As such, We're still operating, but with the following changes:

  • We are still available for our clients by phone at (603) 355-8858.
    Please don't hesitate to call us if you need legal help.

  • We are also now available for our clients by video conference.
    Please call us at (603) 355-8858 to set one up.

    To participate in a video conference, you will need a camera-equipped device such as a smartphone or laptop computer.

  • We have suspended in-person meetings at this time.

We hope these measures bring safety and peace of mind to you and our staff.

If you have any questions on estate planning, long-term care, Medicaid, or special needs planning, do not hesitate to contact us.

Meanwhile, we wish good health to you and your loved ones.

What Hasn't Changed

We treat every legal client's needs very seriously. Our lawyers work hard to help our clients achieve their estate planning goals, while adhering to the highest legal ethics and standards.

Our website is for informational purposes only; it does not provide legal advice. We can only give legal advice to our clients. If you wish to become a client, please contact us. Using this website does not create an attorney-client relationship.

Please call us at (603) 355-8858 to make an inquiry or request an appointment with an attorney. To protect your privacy and confidentiality, we do not accept details about your matter through our website. Our Contact Us page will tell you how to reach us.

Photo of the Cheshire County courthouse taken from Central Square in 1886 by photographer W. P. Allen. Courtesy of the Historical Society of Cheshire County.