Litigation: Your Children, Your Property, Your Finances

Last updated on October 28, 2021

In New Hampshire Family Court cases involving children, court rules require that the parties attempt to resolve their differences through mediation. However, in cases where settlement is not reached through mediation, you need experienced litigators to represent you in court.

The court process can be overwhelming and confusing. We work closely with our clients to make sure they understand what is happening at each and every stage. We will explain the various court rules and requirements as the process unfolds, including first appearance, mediation, temporary hearing, discovery phase, motion hearing(s), and final trial.

With a combined 40-years of practicing law, Libby Donovan and Meegan Reis expertly navigate the judicial process on your behalf with reputations for honesty, preparedness, fairness and integrity.  Libby has dedicated her career to litigating for hundreds of clients at all levels of New Hampshire’s judicial process and Meegan brings unique experience formed from her work as both a prosecutor and a defense attorney.

Both attorneys have vast experience with complex financial litigation, often including multi-day trials and use of forensic accounting and expert testimony.  

We recognize that presenting your case to a judge to decide is stressful and intimidating. After the attorneys present crafted argument, witness testimony and relevant evidence, the judge will issue final orders that affect the most critical aspects of your post-divorce life: your children, your property and your finances.  The outcome of your case is as important to us as it is to you.