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On Behalf of | Apr 11, 2024 | Family Law

If you’re a parent who is filing for divorce in New Hampshire, you and your spouse are likely focused on achieving a fair settlement, hopefully in a timely and amicable fashion. No one wants to get entangled in a long, drawn-out court battle, which can happen if the relationship between the parents is contentious, or they disagree on key issues and are unable to reach a compromise on their own. Five critical family law issues are often relevant to divorce, for which you may need added support to resolve.  

These issues may affect both adults and children in a divorce. Regarding the latter, the court always has children’s best interests in mind when executing a divorce decree for parents. Every state has its own guidelines and regulations, which is why it is helpful to seek guidance from an experienced family law attorney before heading to court.  

These family law issues may have an impact on your divorce case 

At least one, or perhaps several or all the issues shown in the following list may be relevant to your divorce settlement:  

  • Property division 
  • Child custody 
  • Child support 
  • Spousal support 
  • Paternity 

The paternity issue often becomes a central focus of divorce when child support has been requested, but the husband has doubts as to whether he is the biological parent of the children in question. The other issues may significantly impact finances, as well as daily family life as parents and children do their best to move forward and adapt to a new lifestyle following a divorce.  

You’re entitled to a fair settlement 

You want what’s best for your children, but you also want to protect your interests as you navigate New Hampshire divorce proceedings. Backus, Meyer & Branch, LLP, provides experience guidance and support so that you can make informed choices and settle your divorce in the most effective and economically feasible way possible. Many cases can be settled out of court; however, if litigation is necessary, having an experienced family law attorney on your side is beneficial.  

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