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A New Hampshire Supreme Court opinion expands the definition of “adultery” to include same-sex affairs

April 9, 2021 by Leave your thoughts

The Supreme Court of New Hampshire has expanded the concept of adultery to include same-sex infidelity. The issue came up during Molly and Robert Blaisdell’s divorce proceedings in the Manchester Family Division The husband demanded a divorce on the grounds of adultery, claiming that his wife had an affair with another woman. A lower court rejected his petition based on...

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If I am on my spouse’s health insurance can I stay on it after the divorce?

February 23, 2021 by Leave your thoughts

In many marriages, one couple carries health insurance that covers their spouse and children. Once a couple decides to divorce, one of the most common questions we get is about what happens to the spouse who does not carry health insurance after a divorce. Typically, although not in every case, women tend to be more dependent on their spouse for...

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Eye Opening Divorce Statistics

January 29, 2020 by Leave your thoughts

January has been given the unfortunate monicker of “Divorce Month” by the media. Their claim that this month is the month in which most divorce filings are seen makes sense. After all, people look at the new year as a time to get a fresh start. What better way than by moving on from an unhappy marriage, right? The truth,...

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How the New Tax Laws Impact 2019 Divorces

January 29, 2020 by Leave your thoughts

Tax season is here. If you’re like most people, you’re scurrying about organizing documents on student loan interest, interest paid on your mortgage, charitable deductions, and the slew of other details needed to ensure your CPA gets the job done right. And, if your divorce was finalized in 2019, chances are you’ve wondered how the new tax laws will you....

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Making The Most of Your Holiday Time When You Share Custody

December 2, 2019 by Leave your thoughts

Whether you’re newly divorced, going through a divorce, or navigating the holidays for the first time while co-parenting, there’s no doubt that this time of year can get highly emotional. Both mothers and fathers want to spend the most time possible with their children. If your relationship with your ex is healthy and positive, there’s a chance you can work...

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