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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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    • Breaking Down the New Alimony Law in New Hampshire

      On June 25, 2018, Governor Sununu approved a new alimony law that has been pending for some time. This law will apply to all cases filed on or after January 1, 2019. For any cases filed before this ...

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    • Mike Iacopino Lectures On The New Wave of Child Pornography Prosecutions

      Mike Iacopino Lectures on Child Pornography Laws Did you know that law enforcement agencies have the ability to create and distribute malware that can surreptitiously search your home computer and ...

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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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    • 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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    • 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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    • Cybersecurity, Data Security, Data Breach-What Is It and Why You Should Be Concerned About It

      The world of technology is evolving faster than ever. Business owners traditionally consider assets toinclude buildings, equipment, stock in trade, employees, work-product and good will. Today ...

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    • Iryna Dore Attends National Legal Summit on Cybersecurity

      Brennan Lenehan is proud to report that Attorney Iryna Dore recently attended the leading legal seminar on cybersecurity. Attorney Dore was the only New Hampshire lawyer to attend the 5 th Annual ...

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    • Mike Iacopino Lectures On The New Wave of Child Pornography Prosecutions

      Mike Iacopino Lectures on Child Pornography Laws Did you know that law enforcement agencies have the ability to create and distribute malware that can surreptitiously search your home computer and ...

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    • Divorce in New Hampshire - Five Common Questions

      Filing for Divorce in New Hampshire As you consider whether to file a divorce from your spouse, you should consider how your life will change, and how the process works. The laws governing divorces ...

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    • New Hampshire Supreme Court Weighs in on Treatment of Taxes in Divorce

      The New Hampshire Supreme Court issued two orders this month involving the treatment of taxes in a divorce. First, the Court upheld prior case law stating that in order for a spouse to be able to ...

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    • Top Five Things to Know If You've Been Served with a Domestic Violence Restraining Order

      First, if you’ve been served with a domestic violence restraining order pursuant to NH RSA 173-B, do not under any circumstances attempt to contact the subject of the protective order. This includes ...

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    • Make the Call - 911 - Overdose Immunity

      MAKE THE CALL – 911 – OVERDOSE IMMUNITY Each year the New Hampshire Legislature issues hundreds of new laws. In 2015 there were 276 new laws passed. Some of the laws passed were voluminous and fund ...

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    • Attorneys Quinn & Hickey Will Present at the NBI Advanced Family Law CLE

      On June 12, 2015, Brennan Lenehan Partners, William J. Quinn and Kathleen A. Hickey , will present at the National Business Institute's Advanced Family Law CLE. Attorneys Quinn & Hickey will present ...

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    • New Hampshire Supreme Court Weighs in on Treatment of Taxes in Divorce

      The New Hampshire Supreme Court issued two orders this month involving the treatment of taxes in a divorce. First, the Court upheld prior case law stating that in order for a spouse to be able to ...

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    • Attorney Quinn to Discuss Grandparent Visitation at NBI's Advanced Family Law Cle

      On June 12, 2015 , Attorney William J. Quinn will present on several advanced family law topics at NBI’s Advanced Family Law CLE. Among his topics of discussion will be the matter of grandparent ...

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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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    • 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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    • Bad Science and Sexual Assault Allegations

      Few criminal allegations create stronger emotions or more derisive divisions than allegations of sexual assault. The emotionally charged nature of sexual assault allegations can cloud the judgment of ...

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    • Relief for Sex Offenders Retroactively on the New Hampshire Sex Offender Registry

      Effective June 6, 2016, in New Hampshire, Tier 2 and Tier 3 sex offenders who were convicted before 1992 have a clear process by which they can seek to be relieved of sex offender registration ...

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    • New Hampshire Supreme Court: Sex Offender Registry Is Punitive and Unfair

      BRENNAN LENEHAN LAWYERS CONTRIBUTE TO THE EFFORT TO MAKE THE SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY FAIR Today the New Hampshire Supreme Court decided that certain aspects of the NH Sex Offender Registry violate the ...

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