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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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

How do I pay for a divorce lawyer when my spouse controls all of the money?

How do I pay for a divorce lawyer when my spouse controls all of the money?

How Do I Pay For A Divorce If My Spouse Controls The Money? One of the most pressing concerns for many individuals is the question of financing legal representation, especially when the spouse controls the majority of the family finances. This situation can feel daunting, but there are several avenues you can explore to secure […]

Can grandparents seek visitation rights?

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Family dynamics can be complex, and sometimes, grandparents find themselves in situations where they want to establish visitation rights with their grandchildren. Whether due to divorce, family estrangement, or other circumstances, this raises an important legal question: Can a grandparent get visitation rights in New Hampshire? In this  blog post, we will delve into this […]

What can I do if my ex is taking our child to a church that I don’t believe in?

What If My Ex Is Taking Our Child To A Church I Don’t Believe In? When dealing with the sensitive issues surrounding divorce, one of the most challenging situations that can arise involves differing beliefs and practices, especially when it comes to the religious upbringing of a child. If your ex-spouse is taking your child […]

House Bill 185 Amendment Will Shift How Child Custody Arrangements Are Determined

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House Bill 185 Will Shift How Child Custody is Determined The landscape of family law, particularly in the context of child custody, is continually evolving to better reflect the complexities of modern family dynamics. A recent development in New Hampshire, encapsulated in a proposed amendment to House Bill 185, underscores a likely significant shift in […]

The Importance of Financial Affidavits in Family Court Proceedings

The Importance of Financial Affidavits in Family Court Proceedings

Navigating family court can be a complex and overwhelming experience, especially when financial matters are involved. One aspect that often arises during these proceedings is the requirement to complete a financial affidavit. In this blog post, we will explore the significance of financial affidavits, what they entail, and why they are crucial in family court […]

What is a Petition to Partition?

what is a petition to partition?

Breaking up is never easy. Unfortunately, for couple who cohabitate, it can be as difficult as divorce when shared property is involved. In cases where two unmarried individuals co-own a home and decide to part ways, determining who gets to keep the house and how the equity is divided can be a complex process. A […]

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