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The New Hampshire Courts, Rules and Laws are based on interpretation by Federal and State laws; Protected by the Constitutions, refined by the Supreme Courts and granted by God.

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Hampshire Legal: Rules and Laws

I found this on the history of the the Court page, regarding the Supreme Court, here
“The law states the Supreme Court Chief Justice will have the advice and consent of the Chief Justice of the Superior Court. They are both required to seek cooperation from others interested in the administration of justice including other justices and judges, court clerks, the court accreditation committee, the state and local bar associations, and the judicial council. “

I have great respect for the legal system of the United States, and see Justice as one of the most important facets of society. Without justice, our world would not be where it is today.

I am a citizen, father, entrepreneur, author and reside in New Hampshire. I am not a lawyer; this is not legal advice, rather, my notes and opinions in the pursuit of justice, and a better world – Freedom.

I am interested in the administration of justice.

Robert Tanguay

 

New Hampshire Legal Resources

NH Family Court Rules

NH Supreme Court Rules

NH Domestic Violence Rules – NH Domestic Violence Guides

New Hampshire Laws (Statutes -RSA)

 

 

NOTICE: This is not legal advice, rather non-professional opinion, personal experience and the court rules published by our government. You should consult with an attorney and understand the legal risks and prejudices.

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New Hampshire Family Legal Issues May Have to Be Resolved in Court.

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NH Legal matters may not be able to be resolved outside of court. The law is complicated in New Hampshire, and you should seek professional legal help form an NH Attorney. Completely understand the risks. Intrinsically, the New Hampshire law is based on simple constructs, however, it’s application is very difficult. This is not legal advice

Parts of New Hampshire Law

Laws and Statutes

In New Hampshire, this includes the RSA’s (Revised Statutes Annotated) are basically the laws in NH. This includes the criminal and civil codes.

NH Family Advocates

This can include Domestic Violence and Father’s Rights Advocates – groups and organizations in New Hampshire.

Business Law

Business Law in New Hampshire handles a number of disciplines and can involve any the court rules and laws including NH Circuit (small claims), Superior, and Supreme Courts.

NH Family Law

Family Law is heard in the lower Circuit Courts in New Hampshire, which were formed in 2011. The Family Division was formed in 2005. Typically, lawyers tend to specialize in Family Law including custody and Domestic Violence.

Family, Circuit Courts & Rules

The Family and Circuit Court Rules are the rules for the lower courts that handle small claims, criminal misdemeanors, family and domestic cases.

NH Superior Courts & Rules

The New Hampshire Superior Court seems to handle all Civil complaints of $25,000 and above, along with Felony and Jury trials. Please do your own research or contact an attorney.

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Family Memo of Law – New Hampshire

Memorandum of New Hampshire and Federal Family Law By Robert Tanguay Here is a compilation of Constitutions, Laws, Court Rules and Legal Concepts I have found helpful in my family matter. I am not a lawyer, this is not legal advice. This is in draft version, so feel...

Hiding Judicial Assets in New Hampshire – Law Passed

On June 20th, 2023 a bill was passed and singed into law for no apparent reason but allow the Judiciary in the State of New Hampshire to hide assets and funds. Financial Disclosures by Judges in New Hampshire Senate Bill 27 was enacted on August 19th, 2023 as follows:...

New Hampshire Police Procedure Notes

Manchester Lawsuits https://indepthnh.org/2017/12/04/manchester-pays-89000-in-lawsuit-challenging-anti-panhandling-practices/ Probable cause is a requirement found in the Fourth Amendment that must usually be met before police make an arrest, conduct a search, or...

Sununu Rape and Assault Center in New Hampshire

In Manchester, New Hampshire, there is a place called the Sununu Youth Center, administered by DCYF. It is basically a children's jail. It is quite ironic that when children were being assaulted and raped, the State's current Supreme Court Chief Justice was the...

Unsorted Family Court Legal Links

8/19/23 These links are all related to my issues with the Family Courts. This is not legal advice, rather notes in my case, and they may be helpful in yours. Here is my story: New Hampshire Oliver Twist Kelly Ayotte Announce How and Why do Federal Rules Apply? I...

New Hampshire Parental Rights and Responsibilities

Section 461-A:6 461-A:6 Determination of Parental Rights and Responsibilities; Best Interest. –I. In determining parental rights and responsibilities, the court shall be guided by the best interests of the child, and shall consider the following factors:(a) The...

How to Make a Judge Explain and Justify Orders

This is not legal advice, just notes and no-legal opinion. You should get a lawyer and understand the risks of challenging the court, and being alive without a lawyer. JUDICIAL BRANCH FAMILY DIVISION Section 490-D:1 490-D:1 Judicial Branch Family Division Established....

Specific New Hampshire Court Actions

ACTIONS, PROCESS, AND SERVICE OF PROCESS Chapter 507ACTIONS General Provisions Section 507:1  507:1 Repealed by 1973, 378:2, eff. Aug. 29, 1973. – Section 507:2  507:2 Cotenants; Generally. – One cotenant of real estate may recover, in an action of...

New Hampshire Family Court Laws

Here are the Family Court Laws for the New Hampshire Family Division, formed in 2005, with the Family Courts and Rules formed in 2011. They are designed to be fair and just, but, it is of my opinion (not legal), that Family Law is not yet settled. You may also want to...

Criminal Acts in Family Matters in New Hampshire

Here are some of the crimes, or criminal acts in that may be perpetrated against the family members or in family matters. These are from New Hampshire Laws (RSA's/Statutes) but there may be laws in your state similar. In addition to the direct "Offenses Against the...