Changes in Parenting and GAL Laws

As an inactive member of the Bar and author of The NH Divorce Handbook (2nd ed.), Honey Hastings is a frequent advocate for legislative reform to family law. She drafted three bills enacted in 2018, one involving alimony reform and the other two described in the article below. She is a frequent contributor to the New Hampshire Bar News.

The first bill involves several changes to New Hampshire's parenting law: terminology for parenting schedules, findings required in certain circumstances, and restrictions on relocation.

The second bill revises the functions of GALs (guardians ad litem) and their fee structure.

The article referenced below appears in the Family Law section of the November edition of the New Hampshire Bar News, the official publication of the New Hampshire Bar Association.

Changes in Parenting and GAL Laws

Tags: nh divorce law, nh parenting law, new hampshire gal law, nh legislation

Posted November 30, 2018


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