Family Law

Two Alternatives to Divorce: Legal Separations and Post-Nuptial Agreements

Divorce can be an emotionally devastating event.  It is often the case that one party wants a divorce more than the other.  If one party...

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Modification of a Final Parenting Plan

A final parenting plan is a comprehensive document that is designed to last either a specified number of years or throughout the child’s remaining minority. ...

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How Are Parental Rights Determined?

Divorcing parents often wonder how a court will make decisions about a parenting schedule.  Even parents who do not wish to litigate parenting issues can...

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What are Parenting Rights and Parenting Plans?

New Hampshire courts use a variety of terms to describe the rights of parents, including: decision-making rights and responsibilities, residential responsibilities, parenting rights and parenting...

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UPDATED: Alimony Affected By Proposed Tax Reform Legislation

The Senate/House Conference Report is out, and the alimony provision has some change – delaying the phase out of the deduction for one year.  If...

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