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 …

Aug 15, 2017

Is Spouse’s Work as a Sex Worker Grounds for Annulment?

NH Annulment – A husband in a 27 year marriage claimed that his wife concealed her prior lifestyle of prostitution, drug use and “certain medical procedures.”  Had he known this background he said he would not have married her. Annulment …

Aug 03, 2017

What Are My Health Care Rights After a Divorce

Health Care and Divorce in New Hampshire – Many divorcing couples do not know their rights and the law regarding health insurance after divorce.  Women are twice as likely as men to be dependent on their spouses’ health coverage through …

Jun 16, 2017

Unmarried Couples and Cohabitation Agreement

NH Cohabitation Agreements – Many couples who live together for years begin to accumulate real property.  If a breakdown of the relationship occurs as long as the property is in both of the parties’ name, they are both protected. However, …

Jun 07, 2017

When Can the Police Wiretap a Phone?

For years New Hampshire has had a law regulating wiretaps and eavesdropping on the books.  Under RSA 570-A, you cannot record a call without permission from the other person.  Some other states allow one party alone to record or listen …

Nov 08, 2016

Can a Married Couple Enter Into a Postnuptial Agreement Regarding their Property?

For decades New Hampshire has had a statute allowing couples to enter into a premarital agreement before they tie the knot.  Until 2013, you could not do that after you were pronounced man and wife.  The Supreme Court of New …

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