People usually marry with expectations that their relationship will last. However, for some couples, splitting up is inevitable, and those individuals face divorce proceedings.
Deciding the fate of a child is a critical part of any divorce process involving children. When determining parenting time, a proper parenting plan is necessary.
When it comes to estate planning in Derry, it is important for you to take into consideration your debts. You may be under the assumption that they will go away when you die, but they do not. Unpaid debts pass on to your estate. If you do not want your creditors to siphon away your loved one’s inheritances and your legacy, you may be able to prevent this by being a little more thorough with your estate plans.
As you consider all the things you have to split after a divorce, time with children tops the list. Child custody is an important part of the divorce process, and it has several different factors.
Though couples may intend to live happily ever after together, sometimes it is best they be apart. If you are beginning your divorce proceedings, you want to be aware of your options.
If you think that the sole purpose of having estate plans in New Hampshire is to preserve your wealth so you can pass it down to your loved ones, think again. Estate planning is a very useful tool that you can use to protect your children and loved ones and improve their quality of life.
Making a will counts among one of the important steps you can take to distribute your estate after your passing. You also need to appoint an executor who will perform several functions necessary to the distribution of assets.
In New Hampshire, it is the policy of the family courts to encourage parents to share in the responsibility of raising their children, even after divorce. The parenting plan document from the State of New Hampshire Judicial Branch reads “because children do best when both parents have a stable and meaningful involvement in their lives, it is the policy of this state, unless it is clearly shown that in a particular case it is detrimental to a child, to… encourage parents to develop their own parenting plan with the assistance of legal and mediation professionals, unless there is evidence of domestic violence, or child abuse/neglect.”
Most people know it is illegal to drive when impaired from alcohol or illegal drugs. However, some may be surprised to find out that taking regularly prescribed medication can result in a traffic stop and even DWI charges.