Should I have a Prenuptial Agreement?

Written By: Cathy McKay A Prenuptial Agreement is a written contract entered into before marriage that will determine how assets and debts will be divided, in the event there is a death or divorce. The Court will enforce Prenuptial Agreements if there is a death or a divorce as long as the Court finds that …

How Much Does a Divorce Cost in New Hampshire?

Written By: Ann Conway Divorce can be a complicated and emotionally taxing process, and it can also be costly. The cost of the divorce depends on 2 factors. What divorce process you choose – In New Hampshire, there are several divorce process options: Litigation, Mediation, and Collaborative Divorce. Each option has its own benefits and …

Why Choose Collaborative Divorce

Written By: Anne B. Parsons, Ph.D. In a Collaborative Divorce, the spouses agree to stay out of court and work together with the help of divorce professionals to develop their own settlement agreement that is based on the needs of the spouses and their family.  Positives Aspects of the Collaborative Process Collaborative Divorce is focused …

Fear and Loathing in Divorce

Written By: Helen Honorow The American Institute of Stress ranks going through a divorce as the second most stressful life event. The only thing more stressful is the death of a spouse. Both spouses in a divorce have fears about what will happen next. They are unsure of what their life will be like after …