Concord Divorce Lawyers

Divorce can be a frustrating process – one that seems as if it will never end as you and your spouse try to work through the many issues that must be resolved. As a single household splits in two, finances tend to be stretched thin, essential items for everyday living often must be replaced, and children must adapt to new schedules with each parent. The lives of all family members will change, and the transition will not always be easy.

You are likely to have many questions along the way, many of which an experienced Concord divorce lawyer will be able to answer. At Tenn And Tenn, P.A., we have the answers and guidance that you will need during this difficult time. We devote our skills and knowledge to providing our clients with reassurance, advice, and strategic advocacy throughout divorce proceedings until the matter can be fully resolved.

Your Minor Children and Divorce

If you and your spouse share minor children, a primary concern may be how to best parent your children following divorce. There are many issues to address, such as where the children will primarily live, when and how the other parent will have access to the children, what daycare or schools the children may attend, the religious upbringing of the children and the involvement of children in extracurricular activities, as well as the financial aspects of bringing up children.

In some cases, where parents live close to one another and can cooperate relatively well, the parents may share joint residential responsibility for the children, or have the children for roughly equivalent periods of time. In other cases, one parent has primary residential responsibility, and the other parent has specified visitation, access, or parenting time. 

Parenting Plans in Concord

Whatever the case may be, your divorce attorney in Concord will work with you to create a parenting plan, which outlines many of the parental rights and responsibilities involved in raising children with an ex-spouse, including:

  • Telephonic and electronic access between parents and the children
  • Information-sharing between parents about the children
  • Parenting schedule for birthdays, holidays, vacations, and weekends
  • Transportation and exchange of the children
  • Relocation of the parents
  • Procedures for resolving disputes between the parents

If a parenting plan cannot be mutually agreed upon between parents, then the court will impose a parenting plan after hearing evidence from both parties, based on what it believes would be in the best interest of the child. The attorneys of Tenn And Tenn, P.A., have a vast amount of experience in advocating on behalf of clients and their children in divorce matters, so as to help clients achieve an optimal outcome.

Property and Your Divorce

Another complex aspect of divorce can be the division of property. Whether you are involved in a high-asset divorce case or you own only a modest amount of property, your Concord divorce lawyer can tell you that New Hampshire law favors the equitable distribution of property. Equitable, however, does not always mean equal, and so the court may make an unequal distribution of property between the spouses based on a variety of factors that could make such a distribution equitable.

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