Health Insurance and Divorce

           One of the most common questions we receive about the divorce process is “what happens to my health insurance after my divorce?”  Whether a spouse (herein referred to as a “dependent spouse”) may continue to stay on their ex-spouse’s health insurance (herein referred to as...

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Can I get divorced during the COVID-19 Pandemic?

           Our attorneys at Soule, Leslie, Kidder, Sayward & Loughman have received questions from a number of current and potential clients regarding whether they may get divorced during the COVID-19 pandemic.  As of this blog post, New Hampshire Courts are closed to the public outside of...

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Is Getting Divorced Expensive?

           Is getting divorced expensive? This is a question we are asked frequently.  The unfortunate answer is “it depends.” The cost of divorce varies based on the complexity of the case.  More complex cases may include fault matters, complex financial and debt division, and contentious custody...

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COVID-19 and Parenting Plans

           The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused uncertainty in every facet of our lives.  Many have questioned the effect COVID-19 has on parenting plans and whether parenting plans still need to be followed in light of the pandemic.             Parents throughout the State have filed emergency motions to suspend...

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COVID-19 and New Hampshire Courts

           The COVID-19 Pandemic has majorly impacted the New Hampshire Court system.  Most Court functions are closed to the public outside of emergency situations through until May 4th or the end of the declared State of Emergency.  Below are links to the Emergency Orders impacting the...

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COVID-19 and Child Support

           The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has put many New Hampshire parents out of work and unable to make their Court ordered child support payments.  In order to avoid facing a potential contempt action and to avoid racking up a child support debt during a period of time...

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