Why should I talk to a lawyer?
Going through a divorce without getting any legal advice is like driving to Alaska without looking at a road map (or GPS). You might make it to Anchorage, but you will probably get lost several times, miss out on some of the sights you wanted to see, and if your car breaks down, minor inconveniences could turn into real risks.
Under New Hampshire law, marriage and parenthood bring both rights and responsibilities. Divorce affects these legal rights and responsibilities. Thus, it is important to find out about the law and how it applies to your situation. The only way to do this is by getting legal advice. A lawyer's legal advice is your map/GPS.
Tags: lawyer, legal advice, nh divorce law, rights and responsibilities
Posted March 8, 2012
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