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Keep This in Mind During Child Custody Proceedings

If you’re currently a New Hampshire parent who is navigating divorce, you’re definitely not alone in your struggle. Before 2020 ends, there will have been thousands of parents who have gone to court this year to litigate child custody issues. Your family and your divorce case are unique because no two situations are exactly the same.

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DWI: Do You Have to Take a Field Sobriety Test?

Working in New Hampshire typically includes commuting to and from the workplace by motor vehicle. If you work at a local university or office place, you are undoubtedly no stranger to bumper-to-bumper traffic. You may also often see police officers making traffic stops.

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Scene Investigation is Essential in an Alcohol-Related Crash

If you are the victim of a vehicle crash caused by a driver impaired by alcohol or drugs, you know the results can be catastrophic. Determining the appropriate compensation for any injuries you suffer includes conducting a thorough investigation of the crash scene for evidence.

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Staph Infections Present Serious Problems in Nursing Homes

If your loved one is a current nursing home resident, you are probably concerned about the care he or she receives. Infections are always an issue since they can spread easily. One such example is methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA. Why is this kind of infection so common in nursing homes, and how can staff protect residents against it?

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If You Seek an Easier Divorce Solution, Consider Mediation

Many people who face divorce automatically envision contentious litigation in a courtroom atmosphere. However, mediation is an alternative that offers many advantages. To begin with, it is less expensive and time-consuming than going to court.

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Preparing for Property Division Simplifies Your Divorce

When divorce lies ahead, you will likely struggle with the reality plus the finality of it when the matter of property division comes up. Now you have further stress and uncertainty to deal with.

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How to Avoid a Car Accident This Summer

Summertime is filled with activities, both locally and in planned-out summer vacations. Many people spend more time on the road, and whenever you you get behind the wheel, it is vital to be aware of the hazards you may face. Heed the following suggestions to avoid a motor vehicle accident this summer.

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DUI, License Suspension and The Effect on Your Future

An arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol is frightening enough, but it becomes debilitating if you lose your driving privileges. How will you get around? How will you get to work or that job interview? A DUI will have a long and lasting domino effect on your future.

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What to Expect for A First DUI Charge

DUIs occur all the time in New Hampshire. With the end of 2018 around the corner, there is bound to be a boon of DUIs before the year ends. Look no further than a Merrimack man police arrested for driving under the influence after catching him driving erratically.

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Important Reminders for Recently Divorced Co-Parents

Shared parenting responsibilities present challenges to every couple, married or not. For recently divorced former spouses with a shared custody arrangement, a whole new set of concerns and obstacles arise. When it comes to co-parenting with a former spouse, there’s one important factor to remember: the kids always come first.

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