Coming in to see us and want to plan ahead? You can fill out the forms we’ll need to get started electronically (using your computer or tablet) or print and fill them out by hand before you come in.

You will need the free Adobe PDF Reader to complete the below forms:

» Domestic Relations Client Questionnaire

— for domestic relations cases such as divorce, parenting, guardianship

» Estate Planning Questionnaire

— for us to talk about preparing a will, a trust, or powers of attorney

External Resources

Please note that the resources below lead away from our website.

New Hampshire’s Division of Child Support Services for assistance in establishing or enforcing child support orders.

New Hampshire Judicial Branch Home Page is your portal to all information on the different courts in the state, featuring court locations and phone numbers, court rules, forms, and case decisions.

New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence for information on domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault. Vital information on phone numbers for crisis centers around New Hampshire for children and adults needing shelter from abusive partners. Crisis centers offer support groups and counseling as well as guidance and advocacy for victims entering the legal system.

New Hampshire Bar Association for information on attorneys in the state and activities of lawyers, judges, and the statewide attorneys’ organization. Site is a portal to New Hampshire’s lawyer referral program, and gives access to New Hampshire Bar News, the bi-weekly newspaper of all court related news in the state.

Calculate your child support using the State’s forms for Child Support Guidelines. Site includes the worksheet and child support table. Not sure how the form works or what the incomes are to use, contact us.

Looking for information and links about parenting, parenting classes, special needs children? Check out the Parent Information Center. Also, Child and Family Services, offers help in these areas as well as adoption counseling and home studies. Both of these are non-profit agencies working statewide with substantial operations in Concord and the central part of New Hampshire.