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November 2019 Archives

Guiding you through difficult child custody matters

A parent likes to assert that they know best for their child. While this is commonly the case, this may not easily be conveyed or attained when divorcing parents have differing views during a custody battle. Parents in New Hampshire and elsewhere may find this process to be especially challenging when their goals are drastically different. Whether one parent is being spiteful or actions are taken for the safety and wellbeing of the child, it is important that one understands what rights they have and what steps they should take.

Why text messages and emails are the way to talk to your ex

The strong, even overwhelming emotions that you experience in a divorce can push you to say things that you would otherwise never verbalize, and the same is probably true for your spouse. Frustration over the situation and a desire to feel validated and heard can lead people to say things to their ex that they later come to regret.

Working out a holiday schedule in a custody plan

When parents in New Hampshire and elsewhere part ways, they are only ending their romantic relationship. They will likely have to maintain a workable parental relationship for the children, which may not be an easy task. Once a custody arrangement is set in place, this may seem like a routine. However, when issues arise, especially when it comes to who gets the children during the holidays, it may be challenging to work through these issues.

When will child support end?

No matter which side of the child support order you're on -- getting payments from your ex or making those payments -- you probably want to know how long the support will last. When is it going to end? When can you count on moving forward?

Should you consider a short sale?

A short sale is when you sell your home for less than what you owe on your mortgage. While it may sound like the answer to your problems — and it may be — your lender must agree to the process before you can move forward. If they do, all proceeds from the sale go toward paying off the balance, with the rest dismissed.

Is Chapter 13 bankruptcy the right choice for me?

When struggling with financial problems, it can be difficult to determine the best way forward. You may worry that in response to the financial issues that you are facing, you will make a wrong move that will leave you in a worse position. This is why you must take the time to understand the different options and how they will apply to your specific circumstances.

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Whether you have a family law issue, an estate planning question or are considering bankruptcy, I can help you find a sustainable solution that provides relief and hope. Schedule your consultation at my Nashua, New Hampshire office today by calling 603-635-4149 or by sending us an email.

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