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What are Unbundled Legal Services?

What are Unbundled Legal Services?

Sometimes folks find themselves in a situation where they are in need of an Attorney but don’t necessarily have the financial means to cover the lump sum of cash needed for a retainer.  It’s unfortunate, but not to worry, there are options!  Here at Morneau Law, we offer what is referred to as “unbundled […]

By |April 8th, 2018|FAMILY LAW|

Attorney LaRochelle selected as Speaker at IP Law Section Meeting

Liz LaRochelle, Esq.

Law Office of Katherine J. Morneau
Nashua, NH

April 2018

Attorney LaRochelle was selected to speak at the Intellectual Property Law Section Meeting on April 5, 2018.  The topic included concurrent conflicts of interest in IP practice.  Liz currently chairs the NH Bar Association’s Ethics Committee.

By |April 5th, 2018|Firm News|

Attorney Morneau selected as 2018 Young Professional of the Year

Kate Morneau, Esq.

Law Office of Katherine J. Morneau
Nashua, NH

April 2018

Attorney Morneau was selected as the 2018 Young Professional of the Year by the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce at the Eminence Awards luncheon.  The Eminence Awards are awarded annually and recognize individuals and companies who represent and exemplify volunteerism and dedication to the success of the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce, for the […]

By |April 4th, 2018|Firm News|

What is a Guardian Ad Litem?

What is a Guardian Ad Litem?

A guardian ad litem, or GAL, may be appointed by the Court in a family case to represent the interests of the children.  Some say that the GAL functions as the “eyes and ears of the court” because the GAL conducts an investigation and makes a recommendation to the Court about what is in the children’s best interest.

Two Types […]

An Intern’s View of Family Court

Intern’s View of Family Court

The Family Division is where family cases are heard, including cases like divorce, parenting, and guardianship of minors. The Family Division is part of New Hampshire’s Circuit Court system, which also has separate District and Probate Divisions. There are 28 Family Division locations across the state, and the court location for any particular case is assigned based on […]

By |March 12th, 2018|FAMILY LAW|

Attorney Morneau selected to the 2018 Union Leader’s top 40 under Forty

Kate Morneau, Esq.

Law Office of Katherine J. Morneau
Nashua, NH

March 2018

Attorney Morneau was selected to the Union Leader’s top 40 Under Forty list for 2018.  The 28 women and 12 men chosen for the 2018 Class of 40 Under Forty have made professional and personal contributions to make New Hampshire a better place to live and work.  Join us for a reception and awards program at the Grappone Conference […]

By |March 1st, 2018|Firm News|

How does a Trust Work?

How does a Trust Work?

What is a Trust?

There are a wide variety of  legal documents that are referred to as a “Trust,” so in order to determine how a Trust works you must first define what type of Trust you are looking at.  In this Blog, a Trust refers to a Living Trust also known as a Revocable Trust, Intervivos Trust or a Revocable Living Trust.  […]

By |February 21st, 2018|ESTATE PLANNING, Trusts, Uncategorized|

Attorney Morneau receives 2018 NH Pro Bono Service Award

Kate Morneau, Esq.

Law Office of Katherine J. Morneau
Nashua, NH

February 2018

Attorney Morneau was selected to the 2018 list of the Pro Bono Program’s awards for Distinguished Pro Bono Service.  This award is given to attorney’s who make a commitment to providing legal representation to low-income families and individuals who would otherwise be left on their own to navigate the legal system.  The award will be presented at the NH Bar Association’s […]

By |February 15th, 2018|Firm News|

Social Media During Divorce

Social Media During Divorce

Social media serves as a platform on which to share your thoughts and opinions, and vent about the troubles of your daily life. When you are getting divorced, however, it’s crucial to filter your online behavior so that you treat your ex-partner with respect and avoid jeopardizing your reputation for the trials that lie ahead. Social media don’t during divorce: here are some tips to […]

By |January 16th, 2018|Custody and Parenting Rights, Divorce, FAMILY LAW, Parenting Rights|

Recognizing the need for care in loved ones

Recognizing the need for care in loved ones during the holiday season

How are Grandma and Grandpa feeling this holiday season?

It is the time of year for holiday cheer and seeing relatives that you may not otherwise get to visit with on a regular basis.  While you may be sitting by the fire unwrapping presents, this may also be a good time to step back […]

By |December 19th, 2017|ESTATE PLANNING|