Divorce Lawyers – Nashua, NH  

Divorce Lawyers Nashua NHGoing through a divorce can be an extremely difficult time for you and your family, especially if you have children. It is our priority to listen to your concerns and goals carefully. We will be there to guide you through the divorce process each step of the way and ensure that your rights are protected. There are many alternatives to the lengthy litigation process through the court system, including mediation and collaboration, and we will advise you of the best way to handle your situation.

  • Alimony
  • Property Division
  • Creative Solutions for Parenting Rights & Custody
  • Child Support Rights & Formulas
  • Change Orders for Support
  • Post-Divorce Modifications
  • Grandparent Rights
  • Guardianship
  • Restraining Orders
  • Mediation & Collaboration

Meeting with a divorce attorney for the first time can be an intimidating process.  The goal of this first meeting is to answer your immediate questions and determine if you have found the right attorney for you.  Hiring a family law attorney is as much about finding an experienced attorney as it is about finding someone you connect with.

If the attorney does not make you feel relaxed, comfortable and heard, you have not found the right attorney.  You need to be able to open up and share what you are feeling along with your concerns.  We often spend much of the first meeting listening to our clients and taking good notes.  Read more about what to bring to your first appointment.

Effective. Efficient.

We walk you through all of the steps, creating a solid plan to accomplish what needs to be done as quickly as possible.

Creative Problem Solving.

Each divorce case is different. Where we excel is creative thinking, coming up with fresh ideas and solutions that will work best for you and your family.

Divorce Lawyers Kate Morneau, Melissa Kowalewski, and Emma Stilson are eager to help you. Call (603) 943-5647  or use the form to reach us now via email.

1. The first step will be an initial phone conversation.

2. The second step will be a meeting. You’ll walk away with an initial plan.