Family Law

Alimony – Renewal Versus Modification

The NH Supreme Court case of Hoyt and Hoyt, decided on October 3, 2018, addresses the standard of proof needed to renew an expired alimony...

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Collaborative Law as an Option to Resolve Divorce and Parenting Cases

This article on "Collaborative Law" is the second installment in a three-part series elaborating on the settlement options described in our comprehensive blog post “Options...

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Mediation of Divorce and Parenting Cases

This article focusing on "Mediation" is the first in a three-part series addressing some of the settlement options described in our comprehensive blog post “Options...

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Options for Resolving a Divorce

Unfortunately for many couples, the holiday season triggers an increase in divorce activity.  While most people have friends or family who have been through a...

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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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