Our state enjoys one of the lowest divorce rates in the nation. However, there are still many instances when married couples reach the point at which they can no longer remain together. This difficult decision is the first step in what often proves to be a lengthy, complex and emotionally exhausting process that ultimately severs the marriage and household.
During the New Hampshire divorce process, everything spouses hold dear — such as their children, the family home and their valuables — is at stake. The final decree of divorce determines what portion of the marital estate each will have, including what time they can spend with their children and other life-altering arrangements.
That is why it is critical to have a New Hampshire family law attorney with the knowledge, skills and experience to ensure that your concerns are addressed and that you receive your fair share. Dover Attorneys William E. Boc and William R. Phipps are those attorneys. In most cases, important matters like asset distribution, spousal support and child custody can be resolved through negotiations. But if a fair settlement cannot be mediated, your attorney must be able to represent your interests effectively in a trial.
At the law firm of Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc, P.A., we are prepared to take on even the most complex divorce cases with steadfast dedication and compassion. As one of the most highly respected New Hamphsire divorce and Dover family lawyers in this region, founding partners William E. Boc and William R. Phipps have impressive legal credentials and extensive litigation experience.
While divorce is typically a painful and stressful experience, it can become especially contentious for those with significant net worth. Assets such as wealth, real estate and a family business are not easily divided. Some of the many steps toward a fair property distribution include the following:
As part of our New Hampshire & Maine divorce and family law practice, we help clients deal with the most emotionally charged matters in the divorce, such as child custody, child support and spousal support to promote a mutually rewarding co-parenting arrangement.
For couples entering into marriage, Attorneys Boc and Phipps and their legal team assist with prenuptial agreements that outline out how property distribution and other financial arrangements will be addressed in the event of a divorce. It is often better to make these decisions in good times rather than tackle them when the relationship is strained.
Contact our NH and ME divorce attorneys today
If you are in New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont or Massachusetts and need the help of a New Hampshire or Maine attorney regarding any divorce or family legal matter, please call us at 800.363.7186 or contact us online to arrange for an initial consultation.