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Do I automatically get to keep a house I bought in New Hampshire if I brought it into the marriage?

Do I automatically get to keep a house I bought in New Hampshire if I brought it into the marriage?

August 31, 2021 by Leave your thoughts

Purchased The House Before Marriage in NH? If one spouse owns the family home while the other does not, the law grants rights to the spouse who does not own the family home. These homestead rights include the right to remain in the family home until an order from a judge forces you to leave.  A temporary order specifies who,...

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full custody

Can I move to another state from New Hampshire if I have full custody?

August 2, 2021 by Leave your thoughts

Couples find it challenging to discuss child custody without becoming enraged, emotional, or upset with one another. It’s reasonable for parents to disagree over how much time they spend with their children and where that time should be spent. Relocation is one of the most prevalent concerns that arise in families with child custody arrangements. When it comes to moving...

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alcohol classes in New Hampshire

Which alcohol classes do I need to take in New Hampshire if I get a DUI/DWI?

August 2, 2021 by Leave your thoughts

According to CDC research, 130 million Americans drink and drive at least once a year. Every year, nearly one million people are detained for driving under the influence. In addition, every day, about 30 people are killed in drunk driving accidents. Following a DUI conviction in New Hampshire, individuals convicted of impaired driving/boating offenses are required to participate in a...

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criminal record laws in New Hampshire

Can my previous record be used against me at trial in New Hampshire?

June 23, 2021 by Leave your thoughts

Prior convictions cannot usually be used to prove a defendant’s guilt or proclivity to conduct crimes. Still, they can sometimes be used to call into question the veracity or reliability of the defendant’s testimony. The credibility of any witness, including a defendant, is called into question when he or she testifies in a New Hampshire court. The fact-finder (whether a...

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What if Medicare pays for my medical bills while I am waiting for my claim to settle?

What if Medicare pays for my medical bills while I am waiting for my claim to settle?

June 23, 2021 by Leave your thoughts

Medicare is a government-run health care program that primarily benefits people over the age of 65. After an accident, Medicare will pay for medical bills. However, if the recipient receives a personal injury settlement or court award, Medicare has the right to seek reimbursement for any medical treatment related to the accident that led to the claim. These are known...

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