• Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Custody & Visitation
  • Domestic Violence & Neglect

Cindy Clark graduated cum laude from Plymouth State College. She received her Juris Doctor degree from Franklin Pierce Law Center, now known as the University of New Hampshire - School of Law, in 1980. Prior to law school, from 1975 to 1976, Cindy was elected to the NH House of Representatives and served on the House Judiciary Committee. Governor Hugh Gallen appointed her Commissioner to his Commission on Children and Youth. While serving as a member of the NH House of Representatives, Cindy was the sole sponsor for legislation that fathers be given equal rights in contested custody cases, which at that time was a very controversial issue. Cindy was also a member of the Grafton County Delegation, a licensed NH real estate saleswoman, a member of the Board of Directors for the Lakes Region-Twin Rivers Coordination Council, a member of the NH Woman's Correctional Facility Study Committee, a member of the Executive Committee for the NH Women's Political Caucus, a volunteer for the NH Probation Department, a Legislative Chairman for the NH Task Force on Child Abuse, a member of the Advisory Board for the Youth Development Center, Regionalization Program, and a Chairwoman for the Women's Auxiliary, Plymouth Area Little League. Cindy has also lobbied for the New Hampshire Probate Judges, the New Hampshire Dental Society, Rockingham Park, and Yankee Greyhound Park before the New Hampshire Legislator. Cindy is licensed to appear before all New Hampshire State Courts and the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals. Cindy is a current member of the NH Bar Association, the Family Law section of the NH Bar Association, the Manchester Bar Association, the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire and the NH Conflict Resolution Association. Attorney Clark is experiences in litigation for family law issues including divorce, child custody/parenting, child support, Father’s Rights, guardianship over minors, Grandparent’s Rights, NH DCYF abuse/neglect cases, termination of parental rights, and domestic violence issues. Attorney Clark has also been trained as a Collaborative Law and a marital mediator as alternatives to litigation.

  • Franklin Pierce Law Center, Concord, New Hampshire
  • New Hampshire, 1980