Attorney Michael F. Mimno has over 25 years of experience practicing Divorce and Family Law throughout Massachusetts, including Middlesex and Essex Counties, and in Southern New Hampshire, including Rockingham and Hillsborough Counties. Attorney Mimno provides expert and aggressive representation of his clients interests at a cost that is fair and reasonable.
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If you're married in New Hampshire and are considering getting a divorce from your spouse, it's important that you familiarize yourself with all of the different aspects of divorce, ranging from how to file for divorce to how your marital property may be divided. If you have questions regarding divorce, Attorney Michael F. Mimno can guide you through what you need to know. Each state has a different law regarding the grounds for divorce, or the reasons for which a party or couple can legally pursue a divorce.
In this era where paternity disputes are played out on the Jerry Springer television show for entertainment purposes, the issue of paternity remains a serious one. Paternity refers to determining the child's father and the rights and obligations associated with parenthood. Under Massachusetts and New Hampshire law and the laws of many states, if your child is born during the marriage the husband is presumed to be the father. If you are unmarried, you can voluntarily accept paternity as the biological father; provided the mother agrees and you both sign in front of a notary a "Voluntary Acknowledgement of Parentage" and have it filed with the Registry of Vital records.
Divorce is a concept that very few people want to think about. Unfortunately, divorce is a reality for many couples living in Londonderry, New Hampshire. While going through a divorce can be legally complex and emotionally taxing, attorney Michael F. Mimno can provide you with the legal support necessary to smoothly guide you through the process. The starting point for an individual seeking divorce is the grounds for divorce in New Hampshire. Under New Hampshire law, a divorce may be granted on fault based or non-fault based grounds.
Going through a divorce is rarely a pleasant process, and requires a thorough understanding of divorce law. If you and your spouse are considering a divorce in Massachusetts, here's a list of questions that you may have regarding your divorce, as well as relavent answers. For a more comprehensive explanation of divorce law in Massachusetts, contact the attorneys at The Law Offices of Attorney Michael F. Mimno. While uncontested divorces are usually much simpler, a contested divorce is possible.