Parenting Rights

NH parenting rights and responsibilities

In New Hampshire, custody of children under the age of 18 is referred to as “parenting rights and responsibilities.” Parenting issues are governed by NH RSA Chapter 461-A. There are some times when it may be important to limit a parent’s contact with his or her children including domestic violence issues, child abuse and neglect and use of drugs and alcohol that present a danger to children.

In any case where there are minor children, parents must develop a parenting plan for their children. The lawyers at Shanelaris Schirch & Warburton can help you develop a parenting schedule that works best for you and your children and to help you maneuver through the complexities of the law. Putting children first is a priority when parents separate and we know how important this is for every parent. Our lawyers are very experienced in assisting parents who are in agreement with the parenting time with their children, as well as assisting those parents with difficult situations where children may be in danger from another parent’s actions. 

We can assist you in developing an effective parenting plan that puts your children first, keeps your children safe and provides you with peace of mind so that you can focus on what is important to you – your kids.

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