Helping Clients Look To The Future With Confidence After Divorce

At Mulcrone Law PLLC, we see a large part of our job as helping clients from Hillsborough County work through the divorce process in a way that allows them to look toward their futures with confidence and positivity. In order to do this, our lawyer urges our clients to take advantage of the benefits of using alternative dispute resolution methods, such as collaborative divorce and mediation, to reach mutually beneficial agreements without the need for time-consuming and expensive litigation.

Aspects Of Divorce

When a couple decides to divorce, or in some cases, legally separate, it is usually more than just the end of a marriage or relationship. Questions about many different aspects of the couple's life together arise, including those related to the following:

  • Property and asset distribution
  • Debt allocation and payments
  • Parental rights and responsibilities
  • Residential responsibilities
  • Parenting schedules and plans
  • Alimony
  • Child support
  • Domestic violence

How We Can Help You Resolve Divorce-Related Problems

Fortunately, most disagreements that arise during the divorce process can be resolved using alternative dispute resolution. Additionally, for the average client, by the time a case nears a scheduled final hearing, a better understanding of options and possible outcomes, along with diminished emotions, makes it easier to reach a settlement. Although our attorney believes in the power of ADR, she will stand at your side and fight for your interests in a New Hampshire court if litigation is the only path to resolving your family law problems.

Take The First Step Toward A Resolution

If you would to take the first step toward finding resolutions to your divorce-related problems, you can do so by calling 603-262-1707 or emailing us to arrange a time for your free initial consultation at our Manchester law office. During your first meeting, attorney Debbi Mulcrone will take the time to listen to your story and help you understand your legal options.