COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Notice


To our Clients, Colleagues and Friends:

As you probably know, the State of New Hampshire has declared a state of emergency in response to the global COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. All Courts in New Hampshire have suspended in-person hearings (with limited exceptions) beginning March 16 through April 6. Normal operations at the courts are expected to resume on April 7, 2020, but this could change. If you have a question about how this impacts your case, please e-mail or leave a message for the attorney handling your matter and we will be in touch to answer your questions.

In view of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, we want to do all we can to prevent the spread of this disease. In an effort to do our part and minimize exposure to Covid-19, Beaupre Law, PLLC will temporarily close our physical office starting Tuesday, March 17th until Friday, March 27th. We will reevaluate at that time based on CDC and other government recommendations.

Rest assured that we remain committed to all of our clients and their cases.

We will continue to provide legal services through remote and electronic means whenever possible. Thanks in large part to our emphasis on adopting cutting-edge technology, we are able to work remotely to handle all day-to-day business and operations with minimal impact. Although the COVID-19 pandemic affects our “normal” operations, we are nevertheless open for business.

We will do our best to minimize any disruption of services while we strive to maintain the safety of our clients, employees, and community.  The best way to contact our attorneys is via email or by leaving a voice mail message. We are limiting in-person meetings to those that need to be addressed on an emergency basis only during this time.  If you have a time sensitive matter, please indicate in your email or voice mail so that appropriate action can be taken. 

Thank you for your patience and understanding.  We hope that you and your family stay safe and healthy.


Tim Beaupre
Beaupre Law, PLLC