Judith A. Fairclough

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Phone: 603.223.9114
Email: jfairclough@orr-reno.com
Fax: 603.223.9014



Judith is a family law specialist, certified marital mediator and is also certified in the area of collaborative practice. Her approach to divorce, post-divorce matters and prenuptial agreements is creative and client centered. She handles a variety of divorce related disputes in cases involving complex financial issues, large and small business interests, multi-million dollar estates and various complicated financial scenarios and has expertise in drafting and reviewing prenuptial agreements.


Judith is an avid gardener and cyclist.

Professional and Community Involvement

Professional Involvement

  • Member, Hearings Committee, New Hampshire Supreme Court Attorney Discipline System
  • Board Member, New Hampshire Bar Association Pro Bono Referral Program
  • Founding Member, Certified Financial Litigators, New Hampshire Chapter
  • Certified Marital Mediator
  • Certified in Collaborative Practice
  • Former Co-Chair, Family Law Section, New Hampshire Bar Association
  • CLE Program faculty, New Hampshire Bar Association
  • Member, American Bar Association Family Law Section
  • Member, New Hampshire Bar Association Family Law Section
  • Member, Family Division Rules and Policy Group
  • Member, Collaborative Law Alliance/New Hampshire
  • Member, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals

Community Involvement

  • Board Member, The Friends of Norris Cotton Cancer Center
  • Co-chair, Friends Fighting Cancer 5K
  • Volunteer, Healing with Art Program, Norris Cotton Cancer Center
  • Parents’ Committee, St. Lawrence University

Honors & Distinctions

Cited in The Best Lawyers in America for Family Law since 2009.


A Practical Guide To Divorce In New HampshireChapters on Prenuptial Agreements and Family Law Published by MCLE New England, December 2009 (as supplemented in 2011)

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