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New Hampshire’s Child Custody Law: A Guide for Parents

New Hampshire’s Child Custody Law: A Guide for Parents

Divorce is a challenging process for everyone involved, but it can be especially complex and emotionally charged when children are involved. Understanding New Hampshire’s child custody law is crucial for parents who are navigating the divorce process. This short...
Paying Child Support Without a Court Order

Paying Child Support Without a Court Order

Paying child support without a court order Paying child support without a court order is a question that comes up very often in my practice.  This can apply anytime there is a child between two people, whether the couple is married, or unmarried.  Here is a common...
2017 Child Support Guidelines – Part 3

2017 Child Support Guidelines – Part 3

In part 3 of our series on the 2017 Child Support Guidelines, we will be addressing child support for children between 18-23 years old and parental contribution to post-secondary educational expenses. If you would like to read about other changes, please see Part 1...
New Child Support Guidelines 2017 – Part 2

New Child Support Guidelines 2017 – Part 2

Welcome back to part 2 of our series on the new Child Support Guidelines (2017 version).  This section will address the increase to the minimum child support order.  If you missed our previous article, you can find it here, at:  New Guidelines Overview. Increase of...
2017 Child Support Guidelines – Overview

2017 Child Support Guidelines – Overview

As most of you know, the new version of the child support guidelines has now been released and were effective beginning September 15, 2017.  Every four years, a task force reviews input and issue regarding the guidelines, making changes to accommodate problematic,...
What Does Child Support Cover? Part I

What Does Child Support Cover? Part I

Paying child support is a double-edged sword.  Parents are court ordered to pay but have little, or no, say-so on how it is spent day to day.  There are some court mandated requirements governing child support and because I receive many inquires about it, this is part...
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