Selling your home during divorce: Part 2 (Special Guest Blog)

Selling your home during divorce: Part 2

Our friend, Ann Bennett, Real Estate Agent with KW Team Bennett is dedicated to maintaining a professional, trustworthy relationship with her clients. Seeing that your home is perhaps your most valuable asset, Ann believes it is imperative that you be equipped with the most complete information possible related to the pricing and marketing of your […]

By |March 16th, 2017|Divorce, FAMILY LAW|

Selling your home during divorce (Special Guest Blog)

Selling your home during divorce: Part 1

Our friend, Ann Bennett, Real Estate Agent with KW Team Bennett is dedicated to maintaining a professional, trustworthy relationship with her clients. Seeing that your home is perhaps your most valuable asset, Ann believes it is imperative that you be equipped with the most complete information possible related to the pricing and marketing of your […]

By |February 10th, 2017|Divorce, FAMILY LAW|

Long-Term Care Insurance and Divorce (Guest Blog)

Our friend Jill B. Boynton, CFP and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, of Cornerstone Financial Planning wrote this newsletter to discuss Long-Term Care Insurance in the context of a divorce.  Thanks for the insight Jill and allowing us to share this with our Clients! 

 

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Jill offers workshops for women and local companies interested in improving […]

By |January 11th, 2017|Collaborative Law, Divorce, FAMILY LAW|

New Year – Fresh Start

New Year – Fresh Start: The New Year Gives You Time to Evaluate Your Priorities

I wanted to take some time out from all the holiday cheer and address a serious situation that I find many of our clients and soon-to-be clients are in this time of year.  Now that 2016 is coming to a close, now is a great opportunity to reflect upon the last 365 days.  […]

Neutral Case Evaluation: A New Approach to Settling Cases

Neutral Case Evaluation: A New Approach to Settling Cases

Neutral Case Evaluation Since 2011 the Circuit Court has lost approximately 20 judges, mostly due to retirement.  Unfortunately, the Court system has not been able to fill a large portion of those empty seats leaving the Circuit Court with approximately 47 […]

NH Changes Modification of Parental Rights and Responsibilities

NH makes changes to its law on modification of parental rights and responsibilities

On May 31, 2016, Governor Hassan signed HB1280 into law.  This bill expands the reasons and criteria for making a modification of parental rights and responsibilities to a parenting plan within our family court system.

 The Bill:

House Bill (HB) 1280 add three new categories to New […]

By |October 16th, 2016|Custody and Parenting Rights, FAMILY LAW, Parenting Rights|

Post-Divorce Financial Mistakes: Changing Beneficiaries (Special Guest Blog)

Our friend Doug Wright CRPC, President of Wright Choice Financial Group, LLC wrote this blog to help our Clients think about post-divorce financial mistakes and steps to avoid them.  We appreciate his guidance and insight! 

 

Divorce can be a very difficult experience. Most of our clients want to move on with their lives as quickly as possible after they complete […]

By |August 26th, 2016|Divorce, FAMILY LAW, Post Divorce|

How to Tell Your Kids You are Getting a Divorce

Getting divorced can be difficult, and especially when you and your soon-to-be ex have children together.  One of the greatest struggles that divorcing parents face is how they are going to tell their kids, which is why we have put together a few articles to help parents navigate through this process.  Here’s our resources on how to tell your kids you are getting a divorce:

9 Things […]

Do I need a Prenup?

Getting married is one of the happiest times of your life.  Just like planning for the wedding is a priority, planning for

how your assets will be handled once you are married should be a priority as well.  If you are wondering “Do I need a Prenup?” I hope this blog gives you a place to start in answering this question. 

 What is a Prenup?

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By |July 11th, 2016|FAMILY LAW|

New Law on Parenting Rights

New Law on Parenting Rights: New Hampshire makes changes to modification of Parental Rights and Responsibilities

On May 31, 2016, Governor Hassan signed HB1280 into law.  This bill expands the reasons and criteria for modifying a Parenting Plan within our Family Court system.

 The Bill:

House Bill (HB) 1280 add three new categories to New Hampshire RSA 461—A:11 (I).  The first […]