Dec 11, 2012

Things To Do After Your Divorce is Final

By Stephen A. Duggan – New Hampshire Family Law Attorney The divorce is finally over, and it is time to move on. There may be some loose ends to tie up though, even after the divorce decree has been issued. …

Dec 07, 2012

High Court Defines Allowable Business Expenses for Self-Employed in Determining Child Support Income

By Stephen A. Duggan – New Hampshire Family Law Attorney The issue of a person’s income is important in determining someone’s child support obligation. This can be challenging when the person paying child support is self-employed. In a recent case, …

Nov 18, 2012

SELF-HELP CENTER FOR FAMILY COURT

Going through a divorce, separation or their family legal battle is emotionally upsetting and will leave a long-lasting impact on you and your family. Our family law lawyers have the experience to guide you through this difficult process to ensure your best interests are protected.

Oct 17, 2012

DO YOU HAVE TO PAY FOR COLLEGE AS A PART OF A DIVORCE?

By Stephen A. Duggan – Concord, New Hampshire Family Law Attorney So, you’ve been divorced for several years and now your ex-spouse asks you to help contribute to college. What is your obligation? Recently, the New Hampshire Supreme Court revisited …

Sep 20, 2012

CAN A STATE JUDGE ORDER JOINT TAX RETURNS IN A DIVORCE?

By Charles G. Douglas – New Hampshire Family Law Attorney A state judge did not have the authority to order the parties in a divorce to file joint income tax returns, the Nebraska Supreme Court has recently ruled. The parties …

May 18, 2011

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