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Find a Leading Family Lawyer

North American Family Law: your portal to the leading practitioners of family law, featuring practice area news and the latest legal insights

Family law in North America covers a vast area and includes marriage, the termination of legally recognized family relationships and ancillary matters, including divorce, annulment, property settlements, alimony, child custody and visitation, child support and alimony awards, adoption, surrogacy, child protective proceedings, juvenile law and many other areas.

North American Family Law assists individuals in identifying the leading practitioners in the region. Our research and selection process covers key locations across North America. To simplify the referral process, only one featured attorney is listed per city, making your selection of outside counsel as straightforward as possible.

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What To Consider As The SECURE Act Turns A Year Old

A year into the SECURE Act, estate planners and other retirement advisors are still waiting for clarification from the IRS regarding key changes made to the payout rules for retirement plans by the new legislation. Many of these questions pertain to novel rules governing a new class of designated beneficiaries, called eligible designated beneficiaries (“EDBs”), and to the implications of [...]

Signing Estate Planning Documents Remotely

Q: I want to sign my estate planning documents, but am concerned about the spread of COVID-19 and meeting others in person. Is there a way to sign documents remotely in New Hampshire? A. The Coronavirus Pandemic has dramatically changed the way we conduct day to day business. Luckily there are ways to sign important estate planning documents “remotely” without requiring [...]

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