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Understanding “First Appearance” in Divorce

The filing of a Petition for Divorce triggers several deadlines and obligations.  These deadlines and obligations are explained in the packet of service paperwork that...

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For Employers: Latest Revision of Form I-9 Required as of September 18, 2017

USCIS released a revised version of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification. As of September 18, employers may only use this revised version (revision date of...

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What Does A Court Consider In Modifying Or Renewing An Alimony Order?

Alimony is governed by N.H. RSA 458:19. With a petition to the court and proper notice to the other party, a court may modify an...

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What To Do If Considering A Divorce Action

Filing for divorce can be an overwhelming decision.  Taking the initial steps to contact and consult with an attorney can be difficult and it may...

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Employers Affected By Change in New Hampshire Wage Law

New Hampshire employers who have routinely paid employees on a bi-weekly basis may have been operating outside of state law and unaware that they were...

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