In a Supreme Court case entitled In Re Guardianship of Reena D., the New Hampshire Supreme Court held that even when a parent has previously consented to a guardianship, they do not lose the presumption that a parent has a fundamental right to parent their children as they see fit. …

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In a recent decision entitled In the Matter of Adam Muchmore and Amy Jaycox, the New Hampshire Supreme Court strictly construed RSA 461-A:11,I in determining when parental rights and responsibilities as established under a Parenting Plan may be modified.  More specifically, the Court held that the Family Court MUST comply…

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