Protecting Your Rights In Divorce
A contested divorce simply means that the parties disagree on how to resolve the divorce and want to leave the final decision up to the judge. Our attorneys have over 50 years of combined experience in litigating the most complex divorce cases. We handle the smallest case as well as high net worth cases, child custody issues, visitation, alimony, paternity, restraining orders and post divorce modifications and contempt actions. Whether your case involves division of assets, child support, custody, alimony or all of the above you need to know:
- Your rights
- How a court order can be enforced
- How long it will take to get the process resolved
If you and your spouse have worked out a settlement for your divorce, but need to get the legal documents prepared and submitted to the court, we can handle that for you. We will prepare your divorce agreement, parenting plan, joint petition (or complaint) for divorce and all other legal forms necessary to obtain your divorce decree.
This information provided herein is for general purposes only and does not to purport to give specific advice on individual matters. If you want advice about your individual case, call Attorney Diane M. Gaspar, licensed to practice in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Please call her at 603-893-8008.
Serving New Hampshire & Massachusetts