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Cohen & Winters COVID-19 response

The Cohen & Winters COVID-19 Response

March 16, 2020 1:47 pm Published by - Leave your thoughts

The COVID-19 virus is dramatically impacting every aspect of life, including our families, clients, and employees. Cohen & Winters is well-positioned to continue work remotely. As the health experts suggest, we are closing our physical office for the time being. This includes in-person meetings. We are staffing phones during regular hours. Our lawyers are available for telephone or video meeting...

The Accident Victim’s Free Report on How to Choose a Personal Injury Lawyer

January 8, 2020 3:13 pm Published by - Leave your thoughts

In this free report we present the ins and outs of how to choose a personal injury lawyer … HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FREE REPORT How to avoid 6 personal injury lawyer rip-offs! 4 costly misconceptions about personal injury lawyers. Insurance adjusters, settlement mills, juries, and judges: A guide to the assorted cast of characters you will meet and the winding...

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Child Support When There is Equal Custody – Part II

November 1, 2019 3:42 pm Published by - Leave your thoughts

We previously wrote about how much money a parent should have to pay in child support should be paid when they have equal, or close to equal, custody. Another Supreme Court Case Since that last post, the New Hampshire Supreme Court looked at this again. In the Silva case, the parents agreed to an equal parenting plan. The Judge ordered...

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What to Expect from a Free Initial Consultation

July 12, 2019 4:53 pm Published by - Leave your thoughts

Cohen & Winters offers a free consultation for potential clients thinking about hiring us. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about the free initial consultation: How Can I Get a Free Consultation? You can either call our office during business hours or you can submit information on our contact us form. One of our intake coordinators will contact...

The “2-5” parenting plan

June 12, 2019 3:20 pm Published by - Leave your thoughts

Many parents getting divorced want to have their parenting time divided as evenly as possible.  Prior to the separation both parents have been heavily involved in care-taking activities. In many instances, both parents agree that they should keep it that way. Other times there is disagreement. One parent believes they should have primary custody and the other parent wants an...

How Long is a Loss of License for a New Hampshire DWI?

February 14, 2019 9:15 pm Published by - 1 Comment

One of the first things that anyone facing a DWI wonders is, “how long will I lose my license?” New Hampshire is a rural state with very little public transportation. Most people drive to work and risk losing their job without a license. Of course, most people also need to do things like transport children, run errands, get to medical...

What you need to know about habitual offender laws

October 1, 2018 11:46 am Published by - 7 Comments

We get many calls from people who have to  appear for a habitual offender certification hearing at the DMV. If you or a loved one is in this situation, take it very seriously. What is a habitual offender? One subject of confusion is what “habitual offender” even means. In some states, habitual offender refers to a career criminal, allowing or...

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New Hampshire’s new alimony law – what you need to know

August 16, 2018 2:49 pm Published by - 6 Comments

When it comes to divorce litigation, few issues raise more controversy than alimony. Love it or hate, alimony in NH is not going anywhere. Whereas the law has always allowed for alimony in NH, New Hampshire judges have been all over the place in deciding when to award it, in what amount, and for how long. That’s about to change...