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Divorce

Reviewed 05/26/2022
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Online

Although divorce is usually a state matter, there are aspects that are affected by federal law. These Congressional Research Service Reports and federal websites discuss some of those issues. 

Print

Many of these print publications have form examples. All are available at the Law Library or can be borrowed.

New Hampshire Forms

For court forms use the links below. For more examples of forms used in divorces, check the New Hampshire print resources listed below. 

Please remember that this guide is for information purposes only and is not comprehensive.  
It is intended as a starting point for research, to illustrate the various sources of the law, and to provide guidance in their use. 
NH Law About ... is not a substitute for the services of an attorney.