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I’ve been arrested in the middle of this COVID-19 crisis! What now?
I’ve been arrested in the middle of this COVID-19 crisis! What now?

If you have been arrested the criminal defense lawyers at Brennan, Lenehan, Iacopino & Hickey are fully prepared to help you negotiate the criminal justice system during this crisis. Although the Courts in New Hampshire are closed for most in-person proceedings, such as jury ...

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  • I’ve been arrested in the middle of this COVID-19 crisis! What now?

    If you have been arrested the criminal defense lawyers at Brennan, Lenehan, Iacopino & Hickey are fully prepared to help you negotiate the criminal justice system during this crisis. Although the ...

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  • How Will COVID-19 Impact your Parenting Plan or Support Obligations?

    At Brennan Lenehan we have combined the safety of our clients, their families and our staff by embracing modern technology to be able to provide our clients with the continuity of care during this ...

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  • Attorneys Kathleen Hickey & Iryna Dore to Present at the National Business Institute Seminar

    At Brennan Lenehan lacopino & Hickey. Our team of skilled legal professionals is committed to helping clients throughout New Hampshire resolve all of their family law matters . In addition to ...

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  • Important Things to Remember About Modification of Alimony

    If you were awarded or ordered to pay alimony as a result of divorce, you should remember that you can modify it (amount and/or duration) in the future. In this blog, we provide you with general ...

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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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