Family Law

Divorce Fault Grounds (part 3 of 3)

Fault is a permissible consideration, by statute, in both property distributions and alimony awards.  In the context of property division, fault may be considered if...

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Divorce Fault Grounds (part 2 of 3)

A fault-based divorce may only be obtained by an innocent party.  Several defenses are available to a party against whom a fault ground has been...

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Divorce Fault Grounds (part 1 of 3)

Fault grounds are critical to the fair adjudication of some family law cases, providing monetary relief to aggrieved spouses in the form of disproportionate property...

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Is it OK to Date During Divorce Proceedings?

Clients oftentimes want to know if it is okay for him or her to date while divorce proceedings are pending.  Under New Hampshire law, if...

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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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