Requesting Child Support Orders from the Court

Provided by the Domestic Violence Emergency (DOVE) Project of the NH Bar Association, this is a video presentation to assist pro se litigants (people representing themselves) with requesting child support orders within divorce, parenting rights or domestic violence restraining order cases. The presenters provide a “nuts and bolts” review of the court forms utilized to obtain child support orders.

•Financial Affidavit
•Child Support Guidelines Worksheet
•Uniform Support Order.
The video is a component to the Resource Handbook for Victims of Domestic Abuse, a compilation of resources for library patrons who are navigating the legal system in ongoing family law cases. This program is for informational use only and does not constitute legal advice. To review a copy of this handbook please visit your local library. If you are a victim of domestic abuse you may want to contact a local domestic and sexual violence crisis center at 1-866-644-3574 (24-hour service) for help. If you are in immediate danger you should dial 911 for emergency response.

 


 
Presented by Cathy Shanelaris, Chanelaris and Schirch, PLLC, Nashua, NH & Mary Krueger, NH Legal Assistance, Claremont, NH.

Representing yourself in court can be quite overwhelming. Hiring an attorney to assist you on a limited basis is an option. The Lawyer Referral Service of the NH Bar Association can make referrals to competent and insured attorneys who may provide “unbundled” or “limited scope representation” for child support and other family law matters.  Call 603-229-0002 or request a referral online.

 

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