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What makes a good parenting plan?

Parents in New Hampshire are generally allowed to retain a relationship with their children after a divorce or separation. The rights and responsibilities of each parent will typically be contained within a written parenting plan. A parenting plan can either be...

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Depression and marriage

Depression affects an untold number of people living in New Hampshire. For some, depression drives a wedge between partners and causes other problems in a marriage. Depression’s symptoms Many people deal with minor, fleeting sadness or depression. Those struggling...

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How depression can lead to divorce

Depression affecting one or both spouses can wreak havoc in a New Hampshire marriage, often leading to divorce. This common mental health problem can exacerbate a couple's differences and prevent them from seeking needed help. How depression makes a relationship toxic...

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Why change a parenting plan?

New Hampshire courts generally allow both parents to take an active role in a child's life after they divorce. In many cases, the terms of a parenting plan are crafted by the parents themselves before being approved by a court. If circumstances warrant, the terms of...

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Tips for having a great divorce

A divorce typically occurs because you weren't happy with your spouse or the relationship that you had with them. However, just because your marriage didn't work out doesn't mean that you can't have a positive experience. This is generally true whether the divorce is...

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