What factors do the Courts actually use to determine division of assets and debts when a marriage or civil union is dissolving?
There is a list of fifteen factors that judges utilize in determining a division of property. These factors include but [...]
The marital home is in only one of the spouses’ names. Does this mean that the spouse whose name it is in gets all of the equity (and all of the debt)?
Generally speaking, it does not matter whose name is on the mortgage or on the deed with regards to a [...]
Generally speaking, New Hampshire is an “equitable property state.” This means that if you inherit property or another asset, such [...]
In New Hampshire, alimony is gender neutral. Any party can ask that the Court award them alimony if it has [...]
In many cases, parents decide what their parenting schedule is on their own or with the assistance of trained mediators [...]
In New Hampshire, it depends on what is going on in your family and with your case. In some instances, [...]
In New Hampshire, the words “visitation” and “custody” are no longer used in a legal context to describe situations involving [...]
There are five primary ways that the issues that arise in divorce proceedings decided: Informal Decision-Making involves reaching an agreement [...]
Is New Hampshire a “no fault” divorce state? If so, can a Petition for Divorce based upon grounds still be filed?
New Hampshire is a no-fault state. In New Hampshire, no-fault divorce is referred to as “irreconcilable differences which have caused [...]