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Can My Children & I Move Further Away from My Ex-Spouse?
Can My Children & I Move Further Away from My Ex-Spouse?

Does your child live with you at least 150 days a year? If so, then you have to receive the Court’s permission to relocate your children further away from their other parent. Below, we explain things to remember if you want to move your children far away from your ex: Prior ...

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  • Can My Children & I Move Further Away from My Ex-Spouse?

    Does your child live with you at least 150 days a year? If so, then you have to receive the Court’s permission to relocate your children further away from their other parent. Below, we explain things ...

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  • Will I Lose My Alimony If I Move in With Another Person?

    In the state of New Hampshire, alimony can terminate when the receiving party starts living together (cohabitating) with another unrelated party in a relationship that resembles marriage. That being ...

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  • Can You Record Someone with Your Phone Without Their Permission?

    “Can I get in trouble for recording somebody on my phone without letting them know about it?” This is a pretty common question because virtually everyone has a recording-capable smartphone in their ...

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  • Should I Modify Child Support When My Child Turns 18 & Graduates?

    “Should I go back to Court and request a modification of child support when one of my children reaches eighteen and graduates from high school?” If you have ever asked yourself this question as a ...

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  • Five Brennan Lenehan Lawyers Recognized in the 2019 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America

    Brennan Lenehan Iacopino & Hickey are pleased to announce that 5 of our lawyers have been included in the 2019 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America . Since it was first published in 1983, Best ...

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  • In the Middle of a Family Law case ... Charged with a Crime ... What To Do?

    It is not unusual during a contentious divorce or child custody case for one of the parties to find themselves accused of a criminal act. In very serious cases, accusations of domestic and sexual ...

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