The law office of Amanda Dowgiert concentrates on many areas of family law in New Hampshire, including how to file for divorce, child custody and support, alimony, property division and prenuptial agreements. If contemplating divorce, it is beneficial to have an experienced divorce attorney by your side. Even if you and your spouse are on good terms, there is much to negotiate and work out. From child support and custody, alimony and property division, you want the right attorney by your side to ensure that your rights are served.
Choosing the right divorce lawyer can have a major impact on the outcome of your case. A qualified divorce attorney in New Hampshire will be able to protect your rights as well as those of your children. Having an attorney representing you during mediation or in divorce court will help your voice to be heard.
Divorce cases can become complicated. There are several reasons that divorce can be filed for as well as documents that need to be filled out and presented in court. Technical rules must also be followed, with your debt and assets disclosed via financial affidavit. You need an experienced divorce attorney working closely with you to ensure all the proper steps are followed when filing for divorce.
We understand that divorce can be difficult, for every party involved. From each spouse to the children and extended family, emotional stress will occur. We work to remove some of the stress or burden by taking care of the more difficult aspects of your case. Our attorneys will devote our time and effort to ensure you see the best outcome at this trying time.
Quick response times and efficiency are goals that we try to maintain. Divorce can be messy, so we work hard to ensure that litigation procedures are efficient and completed quickly. This helps to ensure that you can end this chapter in your life and move on to the next as seamlessly as possible.
The Divorce Process
In New Hampshire, there are several different types of divorces with each being different based on the couple and their circumstances. Some couples are able to complete an uncontested divorce, where every party agrees on each issue and the marriage is ended without argument. However, others might find that the two parties involved are unable to agree and the divorce is contested. This results in a final hearing where the two parties must go to court. This can take a great deal of time and effort, and be more trying on the two adults as well as any children who are involved.
The best solution is to be able to come up with a settlement agreement with both individuals ready to sign the paperwork and move on. With our help, this will hopefully be your outcome. We work hard to help you reach a settlement with your soon to be ex-spouse, ensuring that the divorce is finalized and you can start the next chapter of your life.
For questions on how to file for divorce in New Hampshire, Contact our office today to schedule an appointment.