Here’s What You Need to Know if You are Arrested in New Hampshire

Following an arrest in New Hampshire, it is important to be familiar with your constitutional rights and what the criminal process typically looks like. Navigating the complicated legal process can be overwhelming, and you may benefit from the experience of private counsel. Having proper representation can make all the difference in the outcome of a criminal case. In this article, we will first discuss the different types of criminal charges in New Hampshire, then we’ll move on to an overview...
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New Hampshire Family Court Rule 1.25-A

New Hampshire Family Court Rule 1.25-A states that if you file a Petition for Divorce or a Parenting Petition you have to provide certain financial documents to the other side. When you’re involved in these cases, you will hear lawyers, clerks and judges refer to these documents simply as “1.25-A’s”. The list of what you need to provide is longer for a divorce than for a parenting case. People are often frustrated by the fact that they are required to...
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