The Law Offices of Christine G. DeBernardis

Experience. Compassion. Integrity

 

Over 20 years of experience helping familes in New Hampshire & Massachusetts

 

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Contact Us TodayAugust 19, 2022
It’s Vacation Time: Don’t Take it Out on the Kids

It’s Vacation Time: Don’t Take it Out on the Kids

Holidays and vacation time can be stressful.  There seems to be more to do than your average day.  If you are a parent going through a divorce or separation, it’s magnified.  Not only do you have your own emotions in play, but you have your children’s...
Should You Represent Yourself in an Appeal

Should You Represent Yourself in an Appeal

There are some cases where I tell my clients you can represent yourself.  An appeal is not one of those cases.  Appeals are not like other cases, whether they are criminal or civil appeals.  In this article, we will explain how appeals are unique and why they require...
Using Social Media During Divorce

Using Social Media During Divorce

Social Media During Divorce You May Have a Right to Post But Should You? Our article today happens to many families going through separation, divorce and working through child custody and parenting plans.  At some point communications break down, emotions take over...
COVID – The Impact on Families

COVID – The Impact on Families

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)  and its variants are continuing to have significant impacts throughout the world. This pandemic came out of nowhere and has changed lives personally and professionally.  What we thought was a one time situation appears to be something we may...
Filing a Protective Order: Preparing to Leave

Filing a Protective Order: Preparing to Leave

Filing a protective order is an extremely difficult decision.  It takes a toll physically and emotionally on a person.  After the filing, many decisions still have yet to be finalized.  This article is not intended to override your existing plans regarding self help;...
Filing a Protective Order

Filing a Protective Order

Filing a protective order (209A) can be a scary time.  Maybe you aren’t sure where you will go.  Maybe you have children to consider.  Perhaps your family is not as supportive or available as you need.  There are places and ways to get help so that you are not...

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