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What if the other lawyer is claiming I’m at fault?

When you’re involved in a personal injury case, one of the most stressful scenarios is having the other lawyer claim that you were at fault. This situation can be daunting, but understanding your rights and the legal process can help you navigate these claims more effectively. As a New Hampshire personal injury law firm, we […]

What is the Difference Between a Flat Fee and an Hourly Fee in Criminal Cases?

What is the Difference Between a Flat Fee and an Hourly Fee in Criminal Cases?

Flat Fee and an Hourly Fee in Criminal Cases? When facing criminal charges, one of the most critical decisions you will make is hiring the right attorney to represent you. As you navigate this process, you’ll encounter different fee structures that attorneys use to charge for their services. The two primary methods are flat fees […]

I Owe a Lot of Child Support, Can the Judge Put Me in Jail?

I Owe a Lot of Child Support, Can the Judge Put Me in Jail?

I Owe a Lot of Child Support, Can the Judge Put Me in Jail? Child support is a critical component of ensuring that children receive the financial resources they need to thrive. When child support payments are missed or unpaid, it can create significant financial hardships for the custodial parent and the children involved. If […]

If I live In Another State Can I Get My Probation Transferred?

If I live In Another State Can I Get My Probation Transferred?

Navigating the legal system can be complex, especially when dealing with probation requirements. If you are currently on probation in New Hampshire but need to move to another state, you might wonder whether it’s possible to transfer your probation. The good news is that probation transfers are possible, although far from a guarantee. Transfers involve […]

What are irreconcilable differences as opposed to a divorce based on fault?

What are irreconcilable differences as opposed to a divorce based on fault?

What are irreconcilable difference? Irreconcilable differences and divorce based on fault are two distinct grounds on which a marriage can be dissolved under New Hampshire law. These two methods reflect different approaches to ending a marriage, each with its own implications for the divorce process, the parties involved, and the outcome of the divorce decree. […]

Should I Call DCYF Regarding My Ex’s House?

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Should I Call DCYF Regarding My Ex’s House? Divorce and separation are challenging for any family, and the well-being of children should be of the utmost priority. If you suspect that your child’s safety may be compromised at your ex-partner’s home, you might be considering whether to involve the Division for Children, Youth and Families […]

Can I Own a Firearm If I have a Medical Marijuana Card?

can I own a firearm if I have a medical marijuana license

In New Hampshire, the interplay between gun ownership and the use of medical marijuana presents legal complexities and potential risks. While marijuana is legally permissible for medical reasons, for those who have obtained a valid card from the State, it’s important to understand the legal implications of taking it and handling or even having firearms […]

What Does a Guardian ad Litem Do?

What Does a Guardian Ad Litem Do?

What Is a Guardian ad Litem? The Guardian ad Litem (“GAL”) plays a pivotal role in many parenting plan disputes, arising from either a divorce, unwed parents, or post-divorce modification cases. The GAL is designed to protect the best interests of children involved in legal disputes. If you have a GAL assigned to your case, […]

What if I am hurt in a car accident and don’t have health insurance?

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Navigating the aftermath of a car accident can be daunting, especially if you find yourself injured without health insurance. We’ve seen firsthand the uncertainty and fear that clients face in these situations. If you’re injured in a car accident in New Hampshire without health insurance, emphasizing the legal pathways and practical advice to manage medical […]

Police Searched My Car But I Haven’t Been Arrested, What Should I Do?

Police Searched My Car But I Haven't Been Arrested, What Should I Do?

Can Police Search My Car Without a Warrant? When the police search your vehicle in New Hampshire without placing you under arrest, it can be a perplexing and anxiety-inducing experience. It’s essential to understand your rights, potential implications, and the steps you should consider taking following the search. Understanding Your Rights and the Law Under […]

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