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How long does it take to get divorced?

How long does it take to get divorced?Once New Hampshire couples decide to get divorced, they typically want the process to be completed as quickly as possible.  The timeline for a divorce varies – in some cases it can be completed in as quickly as a few months and in others it can take years.  How can you and your spouse achieve your quickest and most pain-free divorce?  Be in general agreement on most of your family and financial issues and hire a top New Hampshire divorce lawyer who specializes in family law to help guide you to securing the assets, custody, and way of life you seek.  But, on the flipside, what are some of the factors that contribute to a prolonged divorce?  Below are the four most common factors that delay and drag out the divorce process:

  • Prolonged New Hampshire Divorce – Factor 1: 
    • You and your spouse agree on very few issues to resolve the divorce, so you have to attend many hearings, causing attorney’s fees to soar, and ultimately leaving the fate of your future in the hands of the court to decide.
  •  Prolonged New Hampshire Divorce – Factor 2: 
    • Uncontrolled emotions, whether your spouse’s and/or yours, can lengthen the divorce process and prevent the court from efficiently dealing with the substance of the case – custody, alimony, or property division.
  • Prolonged New Hampshire Divorce – Factor 3: 
    • Your spouse and/or you refuse to follow court orders, resulting in additional hearings to enforce compliance or for contempt.  Whenever your lawyer has to prepare for and attend a hearing, your attorney’s fees increase substantially.
  • Prolonged New Hampshire Divorce – Factor 4: 
    • The New Hampshire Circuit Court – Family Division is backed up in processing paperwork, scheduling hearings, and issuing court orders.
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This FAQ brought to you by Attorney Edrea M. Grabler of Family Law New Hampshire.
Manchester, NH divorce lawyer Edrea M. Grabler helps New Hampshire families in divorce, custody and property cases. Whether you’re getting divorced in Manchester, Nashua, Concord or in any city in the State of New Hampshire, Attorney Edrea M. Grabler is a lawyer who helps divorce clients get the custody, property and way of life they deserve. Are you considering divorce? Do you need changes or “modifications” to your divorce? Do you have a specific question about divorce — perhaps alimony, custody or property? Whether you’re just beginning to think about getting a divorce or you need to hire a divorce lawyer immediately, pick up the phone and call Edrea M. Grabler at Family Law New Hampshire for a free consultation. Attorney Edrea M. Grabler has over 20 years experience in helping fathers, mothers and families obtain their best possible custody, property and financial outcomes in New Hampshire divorce cases.

 

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