UPDATE: Response to COVID-19

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A message to our clients Dear clients, All of us at Welts, White & Fontaine, P.C. are here for you. We know you have so much to take care of – your family, your business, your pets, y…

The COVID-19 Pandemic: A Message from Managing Partner Michael Fontaine

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To our clients, colleagues, friends, and family: Like all of you, we are adjusting to the rapid progression of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on our daily lives. Welts, White & F…

Paralysis Injury Lawsuits: Windham Attorney Explains

Approximately 5.4 million people live with paralysis across the United States. The majority of these cases are caused by illnesses such as strokes and multiple sclerosis. However, traumatic spi…

Brain Injury Lawsuits

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A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be an extremely serious medical issue. Traumatic brain injuries may occur from a sudden impact with another object, such as falling and striking your head aga…

Helping Nashua-Area Divorce Clients…

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…Understand How Courts Divide Marital Property Upon divorce, “marital property” is divided. Marital property includes all tangible (a car, a house) and intangible (intellectual property, pension…

Attorney Mike Fontaine Named New Hampshire Bar Association Liaison for Family Law and Workers’ Compensation

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Attorney Michael J. Fontaine, a director and shareholder of Welts, White, and Fontaine, serves on the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Committee on Cooperation with the Courts and was recently named…

Financial Betrayal and the Looming Divorce

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Amherst, NH area client asks: Should I have seen my divorce coming? The foundation of any relationship is trust. When trust is broken, it is often difficult to repair; but when a spouse takes a…

Penalty-free Access to Retirement Funds in Divorce

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The division of retirement accounts is often one of the many issues that needs to be addressed in a divorce matter. Although trying to retain retirement accounts you may be awarded in divorce i…

Why Do I Need A Personal Injury Lawyer? Part 4: Who Do I Sue And When?

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In Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of this series, I highlighted some of the difficulties in proving a personal injury case.  In this final blog of the series, I will describe some of the ancil…

Alimony Payments – Need to Keep Detailed Records

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A court may make orders for the payment of alimony, also known as spousal support, whether temporary or permanent, and for a definite or indefinite period of time, upon the motion of either party f…

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