Legal
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Every family is unique, and every family law case is unique, with its own particular facts and circumstances.  That is why it is always important for anyone going through a divorce to get individual legal advice from an attorney who is experienced and knowledgeable about family law matters.

There are helpful resources available to educate yourself and obtain general information and insight into the process.  Here are a few sites that we and our clients have found helpful:

The New Hampshire court system has its own web site that provides a wealth of information,  as well as forms that are frequently used in family law matters.  Go to www.courts.state.nh.us.  There you will find links to the Circuit Court and further links to specific types of family law cases, including divorce, domestic violence, child support, guardianships, adoption, and other areas.  You will also find fill-in-the-blank forms with some explanations.

If Collaborative Law is of interest to you, you will find a more detailed explanation of this unique method of resolving family disputes at the web site for the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire.  Go to www.collaborativelawnh.org.

A basic child support calculator is available on the State of New Hampshire web site at http://business.nh.gov/dhhs_Calculator .  This handy tool can provide a rough estimate of the amount of child support one can expect to pay or receive.  A word of caution:  There are many variables, and many different rules apply, so you are always well-advised to get legal advice before agreeing to any given amount of child support.

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