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CONSIDERING GETTING A DIVORCE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE?

Before you decide whether you want to hire a lawyer to handle the divorce or do it yourself, you need to examine your situation and decide whether or not your divorce is uncontested. If you and your spouse can work together, you can certainly file for your divorce without a lawyer, but if you find it difficult to work together, you may find it an easier road to hire an attorney. Doing your own divorce (filing Pro Se) is not complicated or difficult as long as you both agree on the issues and are willing to sign and file the required New Hampshire divorce papers.

Advantages of Filing for Divorce in NH Without a Lawyer

A Pro Se divorce in New Hampshire means you are representing yourself in your own divorce. Filing for your own divorce, representing yourself, still means you are following the same procedures and processes a lawyer would. In the instance of you representing yourself, you are doing the leg work which entails preparing your own paperwork and filing the signed copies with the clerk at the courthouse. With 3stepDivorceTM for New Hampshire preparing your paperwork is extremely easy and affordable and the filing instructions will guide you through the process from start to finish.

Many people decide to file Pro Se if they cannot afford to hire an attorney, or can afford an attorney but do not want to pay for one.

Before you take on the task of representing yourself in your divorce case, you should consider the legal aspects, as well as the emotional aspects of your divorce. If you are going Pro Se, be sure you do not mix the two. Letting emotions get in the way of resolving your issues will almost always lead itself to a contested situation.

1. Cost. By choosing the Pro Se route for your divorce you avoid the cost of legal expenses. On average, a contested divorce in New Hampshire will run you over $10,000. Even an uncontested divorce with legal representation can cost $1,500 to $3,000. In New Hampshire, the cost of a Pro Se divorce is largely the filing fees, which will range from $250 to $252. Using an online service, like 3StepDivorceTM, to help prepare your own paperwork will add a cost of $299 for a total of $549 to $551, which is a significant savings.

2. Control. Filing fro divorce Pro se in New Hampshire allows you to negotiate a fair settlement that you both work towards. After all, you and your spouse know your situation and relationship the best. When you and your spouse can negotiate the settlement you are not leaving important decisions like child custody or property division up to the Judge to decide.

3. Ease. When you and your spouse agree to divorce, the documents are easily filed with the courts once they are signed. The clerk will accept the documents and filing fee, stamp the documents, and return the copies to you. Each party should have a copy of the filed documents for their records. Once the court process the paperwork the divorce can be final in approximately 2 to 8 weeks. The judge will review your divorce papers, sign them and that is what makes your divorce final.

Deciding to Hire a Lawyer for Your Divorce in New Hampshire

Sometimes a complicated marital estate decreases the likelihood of an amicable divorce. In this instance the best course of action may be to find an experienced divorce lawyer who can explain your rights and responsibilities regarding your marriage and divorce. A lawyer can help negotiate a settlement by helping you remove your emotions from any decision making.

Sometimes the best way to find a lawyer is to ask trusted friends who may have had experience with a lawyer. A call to the local bar association can be a resource as well. The New Hampshire Bar Association (NHBA) maintains a website at http://www.nhbar.org and has approximately 6,000 members. The New Hampshire Bar Association also maintains a Lawyer Referral service where you can look for a lawyer in family or divorce law. You can call the Referral Service at 603-229-0002 or go to: https://www.newhampshirelawyerreferral.com/contact-us and submit an online request for an attorney. There is a $25 fee for the initial 30-minute consultation and if further representation is necessary, a fee arrangement is set between you and the lawyer, should you decide to hire him or her.

A Simple Divorce Process
Step 1 See if you qualify & create account!
Step 2 Answer the questions at your own pace.
Step 3 Print, sign and file your divorce forms with your local court (instantly review & print your forms online or have them sent US Priority Mail at no additional charge).

START HERE

Only $299 (flat-fee)

or 2 monthly payments of $157
or 3 monthly payments of $109
or 4 monthly payments of $84
Payment Options Do Not Delay Divorce
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100% Guarantee of Court Approval
or Your Money Back
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Disclaimer: This is a quality non-lawyer self-help online divorce solution. The 3StepDivorceTM Documentation software and service is not a substitute for the advice of a lawyer. 3StepDivorce does not practice law and does not give out legal advice. This online divorce software and service allows you to represent yourself in doing your own divorce. If you need or desire legal representation, we recommend that you hire a lawyer. Click here to learn more. There may also be other pro se divorce options available by contacting your court.

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