Attorney Ian Reardon will provide assistance with any of your New Hampshire family law related legal issues. A child custody case can be a very stressful and upsetting experience for both the parents and the children. Our goal is to help you navigate through these complex legal situations in a manner that is calm, collected, and the least upsetting to everyone involved.

We provide family law services, including child support requests, child custody, abuse prevention, and divorce, to clients located throughout New Hampshire. We also help our clients modify existing child support, custody and visitation rulings. Major life events, like changing jobs, unemployment, or an injury/disability, may be grounds for a court to modify a child support or custody arrangement.

Typical Family Law Issues Handles by Attorney Ian Reardon

Our Office Handles all Types of Family Law

Child Support

Child support is used to compensate the non-custodial parent for expenses that they incur when caring for children. Child support can be modified at a later date based upon a number of factors. Child support can be modified every 3 years without showing cause.

Child Custody

A parent's rights to their child can be terminated under a very limited set of circumstances. If such rights are terminated the parent loses all privileges and duties relating to that child. A qualified family law attorney can protect those rights.

Restraining Orders

New Hampshire uses protective restraining orders to prevent violence and harassment between spouses, partners, and family members. A protective order can prevent someone from coming near a persons home, work, or school.

Modification

New Hampshire uses protective restraining orders to prevent violence and harassment between spouses, partners, and family members. A protective order can prevent someone from coming near a persons home, work, or school.

Grandparent Rights

New Hampshire specifically grants rights to grandparents under RSA 461-A:13. A grandparent, even when the child's parents are unwed, can petition a NH court for visitation rights. A qualified family law attorney can help exercise those rights.

Adoption

Adoption is a very complicated process. Often a "home study" is required. This is where the adoptive home of the child is reviewed and studied to determine if it is suitable for placement. Tax breaks and other incentives are often involved.

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New Hampshire Family Law Attorneys

Tara C. Schoff

Ian R. Reardon

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