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Child Custody

Planning a summer co-parenting schedule

As we approach summer in New Hampshire, it's time to start planning for the summer months. If you're in a co-parenting relationship with school-aged children, it's extra important to make sure your summer plans are set in stone. During the months that school is in...

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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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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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