DivorceChat: CAN I KEEP THE HOUSE IN THE DIVORCE?
Dear Jeff: My husband and I want to get divorced. But, if we get divorced, can I keep the house? — Love My House Dear Love My House: In any New Hampshire divorce that involves real estate, you have essentially three options. The first option is that you place that house on the market for sale and split the proceeds after the sale. The second option is that you buy out your husband’s interest in the property. And, the third options is that your husband could buy out your i
NH LAW FIRM OFFERS FAMILY LAW ASSISTANCE THROUGH PHONE CONSULTATIONS
Family Legal Services, P.C. continues to provide free phone consultations to those seeking help with family law and divorce cases. And, although our Law Firm remains open to their existing and new clients, we are continuing to offer legal consultations by phone or Zoom for those who do not feel comfortable coming into the office. To get more details, and contact and Attorney, just visit our website at https://www.callfamilylegal.com/. When reviewing the website, you can see t
TOP 10 CAUSES OF DIVORCE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
We’ve all been led to believe that disputes over money is the number one cause of divorce. But, is it really? And, are the causes of divorce different, at least to some degree, in each state. Well, let’s take a look and see. Right now, disputes over money is not the leading cause of divorce in the state of New Hampshire. However, there is reason to believe that where each causation is indexed is different from state-to-state. Well, what are the top reasons for divorce in
CAN I MOVE WITH MY CHILD IF I HAVE A NEW HAMPSHIRE PARENTING PLAN
If you have been involved in a New Hampshire Divorce, or Parenting Petition case, and now want to relocate with your child, you will need to follow the statutory steps laid out in NH RSA 461-A:12. This is the “Relocation of a Residence of a Child” statute. WHO DOES THIS LAW APPLY TO? This statute apples any time after the filing of a parenting petition or a divorce petition. However, the statute does not apply if the relocation results in the child’s residence being closer t