Can I get a “fault divorce” in New Hampshire?

Yes. New Hampshire has traditionally been a "no-fault" divorce state. This means that neither party is obligated to show that their spouse is at fault for the divorce. However, a fault divorce is still obtainable if one spouse desires to prove that the other is...

A second look at motorcycle safety

It’s easy to find motorcycle safety tips all over the internet. While promoting careful and defensive motorcycle driving is very important, it is already a well-known fact that defensive driving is key for bike enthusiasts that share the road with cars and trucks. Why...