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Relocating with a child post-divorce

After a divorce, some New Hampshire parents might wish to relocate. Since custody of children will be affected, certain conditions must be met for the court to approve the relocation. Reasons for moving There are many reasons why a parent might decide to relocate....

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Post-divorce financial independence

Divorce represents more than a marriage’s end. The dissolution involves the start of a new life, one hopefully unencumbered by whatever problems plagued the marriage. Things might not be smooth for newly single persons leaving a New Hampshire family court. Financial...

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How “uncontested” divorces are different

In New Hampshire, couples have the option of attempting an uncontested divorce rather than a standard divorce. The differences matter, even though an uncontested divorce can still benefit from a lawyer to complete the process. What makes an uncontested divorce? There...

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Common predictors of a divorce

Some divorces are predictable by analyzing a number of factors. There are usually two or more major factors, such as arguing frequently and failing to communicate, that contribute to strife between New Hampshire spouses and that are attached to a failing marriage....

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Preparing for property division negotiations

New Hampshire is an equitable distribution state, which means that marital property is not necessarily split equally by a judge in a divorce. Instead, it is divided based on what is deemed most “equitable,” or fair, for both parties. Dividing marital property is not...

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