Divorces bring people into situations they never thought they would be involved in. Child custody and property division are two of these. When you got married and started gaining things and having children, you probably thought that your spouse would be with you to enjoy them forever. We know that thinking through the points necessary in a divorce is emotionally exhausting.
We are here to help you learn about what New Hampshire laws say about your situation. Each divorce is a unique experience that brings up all of the personal information you might not want to rehash since the marriage is over. Sadly, you will have to deal with these things head-on so that you can get your divorce handled.
As you start to think about various aspects of your divorce, you have to think practically about different choices might affect you. For example, as we work out the settlement for property, you have to think about the debts that you and your ex incurred.
The issue with debts is that they will still have to be paid or the related credit reports will be affected. This means that if you and your ex had credit accounts together and those aren't paid, you will take a hit to your credit report. This is something that you have to think about when dividing debts.
Even the child custody matters can impact the rest of your life. You likely want to spend as much time with your child as you can. The child custody agreement will determine when this will occur. Child support and other points are just as important, so make sure that you fully understand your divorce settlement.