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How can parents divorce easily in New Hampshire?

Divorce is one of the hardest and most stressful experiences through which a person can go. The biggest challenge in a divorce, however, is taking care of the children who have fewer options as their lives are turned upside down. Knowing the options can make things easier for the whole family.

Smart ways of handling a custody battle with a narcissist

For some married couples facing divorce, the narcissism of the other spouse is too much to handle. What might have initially attracted you in the beginning is now the very thing that repels you from him or her. Narcissism can be explained as an overabundance of self-interest, both physically and through external symbols of achievement.

New Hampshire sees a slight rise in bankruptcies

Bankruptcy sounds like a dirty word when things are going well. Anyone who is experiencing financial success or at least getting by shudders to think of having to go through it. However, for some people who have been suffering with debt for a long time, bankruptcy can be the key to freedom.

Do you have to pay child support if you or your spouse remarry?

It is very common after divorce for either one or both partners to eventually remarry. If you currently pay child support and remarry, does anything change if your new spouse has kids? What if your ex-spouse remarries? Do you still have to pay child support? Are child support payments reduced?

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