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Criminal, Traffic, DUI-DWI, Felony, Misdemeanor

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Wadleigh, Starr & Peters PLLC

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Wadleigh, Starr & Peters PLLC
95 Market Street
Manchester, NH 03101
42.9908005,-71.4650255

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95 Market Street
Manchester, NH 03101

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Agree to Disagree: Resolving Property Disputes with a Partition Action
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Creative Strategies for Landlords and Tenants to Survive the COVID-19 Shutdown
when COVID-19-related restrictions imposed by state and local governments are lifted, there is no guarantee that they will have done more than delay the inevitable: eviction and bankruptcy. Modifications should be used to cut risk and losses. If at all possible, landlords and tenants should cooperate now to avoid that outcome.
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RECOVERING MILLIONS OF DOLLARS FOR INJURED CONSTRUCTION WORKERS
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contrary to popular belief, there is much a person can do to defend themselves in a DUI conviction. First and foremost, they must educate themselves through research. There is endless literature out there which one can use to learn about DUI rights, laws, and penalties. In addition, it is always a good idea to hire an attorney who specializes in the field. Having the vast knowledge of a trained professional on your side can be the difference between having a case dismissed and being convicted.
Dividing a 401(k) in Divorce
a 401(k) is a common asset that has to be divided in a divorce. In many cases, the 401(k) is one of the more valuable assets. Individuals often work their whole career trying to build up their 401(k) balance so that they can retire. However, in a divorce, the 401(k) often ends up divided as part of the property division process.
Many Custody Cases Being Complicated by Schools Not Reopening
august is always a tough month for parties going through divorce or custody disputes. In many cases, parties have trouble agreeing on where the children will go to school. Even further, these custody cases are being complicated by schools not reopening due to COVID-19.