- Divorce and the Holidays
- Determining Alimony in New Hampshire
- Identifying the Immigration Consequences of Divorce
- Reasons to Obtain a Prenuptial Agreement
- Understanding the Benefits of Conciliation
- Active Duty Military Parents and Child Support
- Frequently Asked Questions about Mediation
- Grounds for Divorce in Massachusetts
- Postnuptial Agreements: When Are They Necessary?
- Divorce and Children: Responsibilities of the Parents
- Paternity: Responsibilities and Rights
- Divorce in a Down Economy
- Conciliation: Is it Right for You?
- What Is Mediation And How Does It Work?
- 10 Things to Know About Prenuptial Agreements
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The holidays are here-and while it is typically a time of year that we all look forward to and enjoy celebrating with friends and family, it can also feel like a lonely season if you have gone (or are going) … Continue reading
Divorcing couples in New Hampshire often ask whether the issue of alimony should be addressed in their divorce. Put simply, alimony is financial support paid by one spouse to the other for living expenses and reasonable necessities after a divorce. … Continue reading
Going through a divorce, in and of itself, will bring with it a multitude of financial, emotional and personal issues and concerns. Couples must deal with resolving issues relating to children, money, debts and assets. Several unique issues will arise, … Continue reading