Experienced Adoption And Guardianship Attorneys In Nashua

Helping Families In Parental Rights Matters Since 1993

The Supreme Court of the United States has emphasized that the right to parent a child is a constitutionally protected right. When parental rights are the subject of a legal matter, courts do not take the case lightly. There are often more complex rules involved and higher burdens that must be met. It is vital that you have an experienced lawyer on your side to navigate the process.

Have questions? Want to know the status of your adoption? Our attorneys answer their own phones and are familiar with every client at our office in Nashua.

At The Law Office of Peggy L. Small, PLLC, we provide our clients with a different legal experience to help them resolve matters involving parental rights. With more than 20 years of service across New Hampshire and attorneys with decades of combined experience, we certainly know the law. More importantly, we never forget who hired us. We treat you with respect and guarantee that every decision is made with your best interests in mind.

We Have A Comprehensive Understanding Of All Matters

Our family law firm provides effective assistance in all aspects of your case involving parental rights. We can protect your interests and the interests of the child in:

  • Adoptions: Whether you are a stepparent or unrelated third party, once you adopt a child you are taking legal responsibility for that child. You will likely be required to undergo a home study to determine if the adoption is in the best interests of the child.
  • Guardianships: If you are concerned for the welfare of a child or grandchild, we can help you make sure that the child is properly protected through legal guardianship.
  • Reunification: If you are parent working to reunify with your child, we can help make sure that you meet the goals and requirements of your reunification plan.
  • Termination of parental rights: Due to the seriousness of the constitutional right, there are distinct factors and high burdens that must be met before a court will terminate a parent's right to raise his or her child.

Want To Work With A Different Kind Of Law Firm? Call Us.

Do you need assistance with a matter involving parental rights? Discuss your case with an attorney in a free initial consultation. When you become our client, we offer flexible payment plans and unbundled services to make sure you get the help you need at an affordable cost. Call us at 800-556-7053. You can also submit your information online.