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How can a financial analyst help during a divorce?

Ending a marriage is not easy. With the divorce rate still staggering around 50%, it is a real possibility for anyone that is married or intending to get married in New Hampshire and elsewhere. Although the divorce rate has been decrease over the past few years, it is still a common, emotional and complicated event. Thus, it is important to consider ways to ease this process by understanding how certain experts could be of assistance.

Former spouse arrested in Concord after surprise family visit

Marriage is a serious undertaking, often referred to as the merging of love and contracts. Anyone who has been divorced can testify that marriages may be easier to enter than to exit. Although divorce has gotten easier and cheaper over the last few decades in New Hampshire and most of the United States, it is still difficult.

Pilot program eases divorce cases in New Hampshire

Divorce is one of the most stressful experiences that people can go through, and it has no shortage of complications. Some people in New Hampshire deal with so many confusing court orders and summons that the court ends up issuing a default ruling that favors one spouse because the other did not show up in court.

First comes love for Nashua couples, then comes the prenup?

Prenuptial agreements sometimes have a bad reputation. People in Nashua may view them at best as unromantic and at worst as a sign the parties are not committed to the marriage. However, there are many pros to executing a prenup that couples will want to consider.

Professions specialize to serve divorcing couples

Divorce is a difficult prospect, even when spouses have addressed emotional issues that exist between them. The practical concerns of dividing properties, assets and accounts are hard enough even at the best of times. This is why many professions working with divorce have specialized training or practices focusing on these practicalities.

New Hampshire has higher divorce rates than some states

New Hampshire is around the middle of the pack when it comes to divorce rates by state. As a result, there's nothing about life in the Granite State to say that it either encourages or undermines relationships between people. Lately, however, it has been higher than average, with a divorce rate of nearly 12 percent compared to the national average of just under 11 percent.

Failing to pay child support per a divorce order has consequences

It is the responsibility of both of a child's parents to financially support their child, even if they are no longer married. The custodial parent meets this obligation by having the child primarily in their care, and the noncustodial parent meets this obligation by paying child support per a court order.

Should one always fight to keep the family home in a divorce?

Home may be where the heart is, but, when a couple's marriage is on the rocks, it can be a point of contention. During the divorce process, spouses in New Hampshire will need to divide their assets, which can include the family home. Some people may wish to stay in the place where they are familiar, especially if they have children, while others may want to leave the past behind them and set forth anew. It is important for divorcing couples to understand what options they have when it comes to property division and the family home.

How has alimony changed in New Hampshire in the new year?

Alimony can be an important tool for making divorces fair when the spouses are on unequal financial footing. It helps people move on into a new life without financial issues added to the emotional difficulties of divorce. The nature of alimony has often been unpredictable, and New Hampshire has just made it easier to understand how alimony is determined.

How can I avoid a confrontational divorce?

If you are headed towards the end of a marriage, it is easy to look on the bad side of things. It is hard to see during the process, but divorce can create a lot of space and opportunities for former spouses. It is easier to get to that peaceful and constructive space if a divorce is done consciously and carefully.

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