Stephanie K. Burnham

Practice Areas

Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning
Estate and Trust Administration
Probate Court
Medicaid and Nursing Home Strategies
Credit and Debt Relief
General Corporate and Business Law
Real Estate


Stephanie K. Burnham practices law in the following areas: Wills, Trusts and Estates; Probate Court; Medicaid, Nursing Homes and Home Health Care; Bankruptcy and Debt Collection; Small Business representation; and Real Estate matters. Attorney Burnham has considerable experience in working with clients to draft effective documents and advise clients on their personal, family and financial needs. She works with clients on strategies for trusts, wills, advanced directives, nursing homes, asset protection, business formations, and personal care contracts. Attorney Burnham also assists families in estate and trust administration and advising them through the financial stresses that come from debts and filing Bankruptcy. She strategizes with her clients to plan and prepare the appropriate tools to protect their family, businesses and assets.

Attorney Burnham was on the faculty of Southern New Hampshire University where she was a member of the Justice Studies Program, teaching undergraduate and graduate level students on-line. Attorney Burnham also serves as an Arbitrator with the Better Business Bureau hearing Lemon Law claims. Attorney Burnham continues to focus on a wide variety of practice areas dedicated to helping individuals and their families.


  • New Hampshire State and Federal Courts
  • Massachusetts State and Federal Courts


Attorney Burnham is a member of the faculty for the National Business Institute Seminars, where she is asked to lecture on many different estate planning, elder law and probate topics to fellow attorneys, accountants and other professionals. Most recently she has been faculty for presentations on Drafting Effective Wills and Trusts, Estate Administration and Medicaid Planning.

Affiliations & Professional Memberships

Attorney Burnham is a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association, including the Elder Law, Estate Planning & Probate Section and the New Hampshire Bar Associations Ethics Committee.


  • J.D. Western New England University (formerly Western New England College) (2001)
  • B.S. University of New Hampshire (1998)
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