Family Law

Are Divorce Legal Fees Still Tax Deductible?

The impact of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 (“TCJA”) on family law issues remains a hot topic.  This blog will discuss the...

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When Might a Parent Be Able to Relocate With a Child?  (part 2 of a 2 part series on relocation)

Proposed legislation on relocation (found in HB 1774) does not change current law regarding the way in which courts evaluate a relocation request.  If a...

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Proposed Legislation Would Affect a Parent’s Right to Relocate With a Child (part 1 of a 2 part series on relocation)

If a parent who has parenting time more than 150 days a year wishes to relocate further away from the other parent (or outside the...

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Should Spouses Live Together While Their Divorce Action is Pending?

Oftentimes, a divorce action is immediately preceded by a spouse leaving the home, belongings in a suitcase.  Other times, one spouse demands that the other...

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NH Family Law Legislative UPDATE – Guardians ad Litem

This New Hampshire legislative session has been a busy one thus far for family law.  At this time, there are five bills that would, if...

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