Effective Divorce Attorneys Located In Nashua
Working With You, For You To Provide Security For The Road Ahead
Ending a marriage can be an extremely emotional process, even when you know it is the right choice. There can be a lot of apprehension concerning your future. Will I be ready? How will my children handle the divorce? Will I be OK financially? Can I keep the house?
As a general practice law firm, we are able to address issues ancillary to your divorce. Have overwhelming debt? Don’t let it keep you in a bad relationship; we’ll help you get the fresh start you need to move forward.
At The Law Office of Peggy L. Small, PLLC, we don’t want you to just “get through” your divorce. Our goal is to help provide you with the confidence that your future is secure. Whether you need to file for uncontested or contested divorce, we have the experience necessary to help you successfully and efficiently navigate the divorce process.
Our divorce attorneys provide services throughout New Hampshire. Call us in Nashua at 603-318-0025.
We Look For The Best Divorce Strategy For You
Under New Hampshire law, most spouses in a contested divorce are required to at least attempt mediation prior to litigating their divorce. Mediation may be a requisite for divorce, but it has its benefits. We make sure that this time is not wasted. If mediation fails and court becomes the best, necessary or even preferred option for your situation, our lawyers have extensive litigation experience.
We will utilize our extensive experience to protect your rights and interests in all aspects of your divorce, including:
- Alimony: Spousal support is not automatic nor is it awarded in every case. An award and the amount are determined based on several factors such as need and the ability to pay.
- Property division: Assets and liabilities are divided under the theory of equitable division, but equitable does not always translate to equal or 50/50 under the law.
- Child custody and support: The presumption under the law is that children benefit from the active involvement of both parents. From there, a court may deviate based on the circumstances and needs of the child to develop a parenting schedule suited to the child’s best interests. Support is determined based on income and a number of other factors under the child support guidelines, including circumstances supporting a deviation from the guideline amount.
- Cost: Our representation includes considering the financial cost of your divorce. We develop strategies designed to protect your financial interests as well.
Accessible And Exceptional Representation. Talk To A Lawyer.
Our law firm takes a team approach to make sure you have the best representation possible and constant access to information about your case. To learn more about how we can help you with your divorce, contact us at 603-318-0025 or send us an email.