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What Financial Paperwork Will I Have To Turn Over To My Spouse?

What Financial Paperwork Will I Have To Turn Over To My Spouse?

November 1, 2021 by Leave your thoughts

What Financial Paperwork Will I Have To Turn Over To My Spouse? One of the very first things a lawyer will advise you if you’re going through a divorce is to obtain your financial records, such as bank account statements, credit card statements, title paperwork, and mortgage documents. Even though some couples shared records during their marriage, divorcing couples still...

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what is a no contact order?

What is a no-contact order?

November 1, 2021 by Leave your thoughts

Judges usually issue a no-contact order in New Hampshire after a criminal arrest or conviction on domestic abuse charges. If the defendant tries to contact the attack victim, the order imposes harsh penalties, including jail time. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE NO-CONTACT ORDERΒ  The legislation compels the court to consider whether to issue a court order prohibiting the defendant from having contact with...

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what should I do if insurance makes a low offer

I got a low settlement offer after being injured in a car accident?

September 30, 2021 by Leave your thoughts

Receive a Low Insurance Settlement Offer After a Car Accident? You were hurt in a car accident as a result of someone else’s carelessness. You received treatment, and your condition improved over time. You did everything correctly and expected the insurance company to do the right thing and offer you a fair settlement. The insurance company’s offer, to your surprise,...

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what is a no fault divorce in NH?

What is a no fault divorce?

September 30, 2021 by Leave your thoughts

When a spouse files a divorce petition, they usually have two choices. First, they have the option of filing for divorce on no-fault grounds (also known as “irreconcilable difference” or fault grounds. The option they choose is determined by the laws of the state in which they live and the facts of the case. What is the Definition of a...

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what are discovery materials

What are discovery materials?

September 30, 2021 by 1 Comment

Discovery & Discovery Materials Discovery is a phase of litigation that occurs before trial. Although discovery can happen in criminal and civil cases, electronic discovery issues most often arise in civil cases. The goal of discovery (whether done electronically or on paper) is to uncover facts. These facts form the basis for creating a trial strategy (or perhaps a motion...

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proof vs evidence

What’s the difference between evidence and proof?

August 31, 2021 by 3 Comments

In everyday speech, the terms “evidence” and “proof” are frequently used interchangeably in casual speech. There is, however, a distinction to be made between evidence and proof. Evidence is data or facts that assist us in determining the reality or existence of something. A total collection of evidence can prove a claim. Proof is a conclusion that a certain fact...

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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.Β  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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