Divorce

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...

Is your ex engaging in parental interference?

You can hope for an amicable divorce and at Solomon Law Firm that is what we strive for-- especially when you have children -- but there’s no guarantee you’ll get one. The animosity of a divorce can continue for years. Naturally, in some cases, the ongoing disputes...

Is your marriage headed toward divorce?

While it’s fully possible that a divorce could take you by surprise, most marriages show signs of trouble long before one or both spouses call it quits.  Recognizing the signs that divorce is coming is beneficial so you can prepare yourself mentally, physically and...

5 common misconceptions people have about divorce

Securing the best outcome in a divorce often means planning ahead and creating a strategy. It can be difficult to develop a realistic strategy when you have unrealistic expectations. One of the best things you can do for yourself when considering divorce is to teach...

Is child custody affected by a smoking parent?

Child custody is an issue that is very important to talk about. It is particularly important to discuss the decisions that you or the other parent may make that could impact your child’s health. One of those decisions is to continue smoking. Smoking is a known hazard...

Losing your job could lead to divorce

Your job seemed very solid when you got married, but the company has not been thriving in recent years. They decide that they have to downsize, and you get laid off. There is an obvious economic impact but is that job loss also going to take a toll on your marriage?...