Co-Parenting Tips for the Holidays

Co-Parenting Tips for the Holidays

The holidays can stressful, especially after a divorce.  Learning how to co-parent in the best way for your family, plus maintaining the holiday spirit for your children can be overwhelming.  It is easy to lose track of your needs during the holidays and lose track of your emotions.  Self-care is crucial to maintaining your well being during the holidays.  Below are some tips to […]

Coping with Grief during the Divorce process (Special Guest Blog)

Coping with Grief during the Divorce process (Special Guest Blog)Elaine Saunders

Our friend, Elaine Saunders is a Certified Grief and Joy Restoration Coach.  Having both the experience of lost a marriage through divorce, then remarrying then losing her spouse to cancer, she is motivated to help others recover from the grieving […]

By |April 16th, 2019|Divorce, FAMILY LAW, Post Divorce|

How Do I Get Divorced?

How Do I Get Divorced?

It can be an overwhelming when you start to think about divorce.  Many times, our new clients come to us not knowing where to start and ask “How do I get divorced?  What is the process?”  One of the goals of our first meeting is to review the different divorce processes.  You have the choice of how you would like your divorce handled.  Let […]

By |January 10th, 2019|Collaborative Law, Divorce, FAMILY LAW|

How to Keep Things Merry and Calm During the Holidays

How to Keep things Merry and Calm During the Holidays: Co-Parenting Tips

Our Legal Resident, Marci, has put together a great list of “Do’s” and “Don’t’s” for how to keep things merry and calm during the holidays as you co-parent.


  • Make your children the priority. You children’s well-being needs to be kept at the forefront of planning around the holidays.  So put any drama aside and try […]

Why Choose Collaborative Law?

Why choose Collaborative Law?

Here at Morneau Law, we believe firmly in client satisfaction.  Sometimes that goal can be elusive with our family law clients—but with Collaborative Law and the collaborative approach, that doesn’t always have to be the case.

What is Collaborative Law?

Before understanding why Collaborative Law can make such a huge difference in the family law context—it is important to first understand […]

Top 5 Changes to the New Alimony Law

Top 5 Changes to the New Alimony Law

The new alimony law, SB 71, “relative to the law governing alimony,” was signed into law by Governor Sununu on June 25, 2018.  There are some major changes coming to alimony next year and we have summarized what we believe are the top 5 changes to the new alimony law here.  The law applies to cases filed on or […]

By |July 12th, 2018|Divorce, FAMILY LAW|

What is the Child Impact Seminar?

What is the Child Impact Seminar?

All parents going through an initial divorce or parenting proceeding are required to attend the Child Impact Seminar or otherwise known as the Child Impact Program; “CIP” for short.  The CIP was established by the NH State Legislature under RSA 458-D in 1993 and is now offered in all ten counties of New Hampshire.  This is a four-hour seminar that outlines the effects […]

What are the benefits of counseling in divorce? Part One: You

What are the benefits of counseling in divorce?  Part One: You

What are the benefits of individual counseling or therapy for you during divorce?

If you are about to embark on a trip through the often stormy waters of divorce it is to your benefit to have someone there to help you negotiate the sea of emotions.  Whether this is your first divorce or whether you have been […]

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 […]

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|