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Child Custody

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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Co-parenting with a narcissist

A co-parenting plan could establish rules and order for child care and custody. Former couples may no longer get along after receiving a final divorce decree in New Hampshire, but they might still need to interact because of their children. Troubles and conflicts...

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Learning to co-parent effectively

Child custody is one of the stickiest issues in divorces in New Hampshire and across the country. Parents love their children and want to be involved in their lives. Adjusting to a new schedule and learning to work together while living apart are hard on parents. It's...

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