Beth spends most of her time advising clients on business, real estate, employment and bankruptcy law issues. She works with start-up business clients to select and form business entities. For the established business clients, she provides counsel on a variety of everyday business matters, including employment issues. She also helps clients negotiate and document their business relationships and transactions in order to avoid costly disputes. She has considerable experience representing creditors in courts, especially the Bankruptcy Court, asserting their rights against nonpaying debtors. Her extensive background in real estate law also contributes to her successes in representing parties in financing transactions.
A long time New Hampshire resident, Beth received her undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire and, after working in the sales and marketing field for four years, she pursued her law degree, which she received from the University of New Hampshire School of Law in 1989. She joined DTC in 1993. Beth is the editor of A Practical Guide to Organizing a Business in New Hampshire, (MCLE, Inc. 2014). She has been a legal seminar panelist on employment law, business entity selection, and limited liability companies, as well as real estate, foreclosure, and repossession and she was also a lecturer at the University of New Hampshire on employment and hospitality law.
Beth is admitted to practice law in the states of New Hampshire and Maine. In addition to her professional affiliations, she is a member and Chair of the Exeter Economic Development Commission and a member of the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.