Family Law

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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Guardian ad Litem Reports

In cases involving parenting disputes, the Court may appoint a guardian ad litem (“GAL”).  The GAL is typically an attorney or a mental health professional,...

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What is Mandatory Disclosure?

Absent agreement to the contrary, parties to family-related litigation are required to exchange certain information very early in the case.  This requirement is known as...

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Alimony Affected By Proposed Tax Reform Legislation

The proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“Act”) released on November 2, 2017 contains several provisions that could impact divorce cases, most significantly in the...

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