Apr 23, 2018

Neutral Case Evaluation Could be Helpful To Your Case

What is Neutral Case Evaluation Neutral Case Evaluation is a process where they parties in either a divorce or parenting case discuss their case before a Case Evaluator who is either a Judge, Marital Master, Referee, or Retired Judge or …

Apr 12, 2018

Don’t Unilaterally Change or Verbally Agree to Change Child Support

NH Child Support — Even if you and your ex are best friends and get along better than you did during your relationship, do not unilaterally decide to change the amount of the child support or make a verbal agreement …

Mar 23, 2018

Methods for Collecting Child Support

  NH Child Support – According to the Division of Child Support Services less than half of parents awarded child support payments actually receive payment in full. Notwithstanding this sobering statistic, there are tools available to a parent who is …

Mar 06, 2018

How Does the New Tax Law Impact My Divorce?

Alimony – Should I slow down or hurry up my divorce because of the changes in the tax law? The Trump administration has significantly changed the tax code regarding the treatment of alimony. Effective January 1, 2019 the recipient spouse …

Sep 08, 2017

If Your Life Changes Can You Change Your Parenting Court Orders?

NH Parenting Orders – If you have a court ordered parenting plan for minor children it is now easier to change than before last year’s law revision. The Old Law Before modifying a final parenting plan to accommodate a substantial …

Aug 21, 2017

What Is An Ex-Parte Emergency Motion

Ex-parte emergency motions are not liberally granted and many are denied because the moving party does not follow the proper legal and procedural rules. The party filing a motion for emergency or ex-parte relief must show that immediate and irreparable …

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