Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&A
- Family Law
Additional Practice Area
- Child Support and Child Custody
- Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- New Hampshire
- New England Law | Boston
- J.D. (2000)
- University of New Hampshire
- B.A. (1997)
- State Bar of Massachusetts  # 650096
- Maine State Bar  # 005385
- New Hampshire State Bar  # 17895
Articles & Publications
- Immigration Consequences of Divorce
- New Hampshire Bar News
Websites & Blogs
6 Questions Answered
- Q. I'm a stay at home mom who hasn't worked in 4 years. My husband wants a divorce, my child attends school from 9-12.
- A: You should receive some type of support. This is a great forum for general legal questions. However, it sounds as if you will need more detailed assistance. You should contact an experienced family attorney in your area to discuss your case.
- Q. My 19 year old son is no longer going to College and recently moved out of his mother's house and got an Apt.
- A: You should file a Complaint for Modification immediately if your son has moved out of the custodial parent's home permanently. It is likely he is now emancipated. However, if he moves back with the custodial parent and/or continues with college he may become un-emancipated again.
- Q. Can an illegal immigrant succeed in getting a child support order against a legal resident? s s
- A: The court will not take into account your immigration status. You should file you complaint for child support immediately.
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