Divorce Law and Family Law Options. Mediated Solutions.
Divorce Law, Mediation, and Collaborative Law in Dover and Portsmouth, NH.
Weibrecht & Reis, PLLC, provides specialized service in a few practice areas - family law and mediation - to ensure that you get the most focused and best legal problem solving available. Whether you need an experienced trial attorney to aggressively advocate for you or someone with expertise in mediation, Weibrecht & Reis, PLLC, can help you get the results you deserve.
With over 30 combined years of legal experience in the New Hampshire Seacoast Area, including Dover, Rochester, and Portsmouth, Attorneys Weibrecht and Reis have tried and negotiated hundreds of civil and criminal cases. Their trial work has spanned District, Circuit, Juvenile, and Superior Court and has included dozens of jury trials and bench trials. Their experience holding positions in the NH Judicial Branch, and Strafford County, as a national justice systems consultant and facilitator, and prosecuting and defending criminal defendants has given them varied perspectives of the legal system and has provided them with deep ties to the local Seacoast legal community and justice system. Contact Weibrecht & Reis Law today to learn more.
This is a great question for any parents considering divorce, and it really is an issue that is worth thinking through before you act. Although there may be animosity between you and your spouse, in most cases it is best for the children if the two of you can work together to strategize about what [...]
Is Legal Separation an Option? Absolutely. If you and your spouse want the legal protections provided by a divorce in NH but don’t want the finality of a divorce just yet, you do have the option to get what is called a legal separation in NH. A legal separation provides many of the protections of [...]
When you’ve come to the realization that a divorce is inevitable, there are still many ways you can have an amicable divorce. Consider your options on a spectrum. At one end is the highest level of involvement by the court or a judge. At the other end is the lowest level of court involvement. The [...]
I can’t say enough how important it is to consider the next steps after you decide to go through with a divorce in NH. In the traditional model of divorce, the answer is commonly that you should talk with a lawyer about how to protect yourself from the other party and affirmatively get the upper [...]
The Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire hosted a successful annual meeting of its membership at the McLane firm in Manchester, drawing 40 members. Catherine Kligler of the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council, presented on the development of local practice groups. NH divorce Attorney Kim Weibrecht has been a board member of the CLANH since 2010. Her practice [...]
NH Supreme Court Chief Justice John Broderick was the keynote speaker for a Symposium on the Future of Alternative Dispute Resolution in NH, hosted by the Alternative Dispute Resolution Alliance on June 9, 2010. NH divorce Attorney Kim Weibrecht has been a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Alliance since 2009. Sponsored by three partner organizations [...]
Kimberly Weibrecht, a NH divorce lawyer practicing in Portsmouth and Dover, NH was recently nominated to serve as co-chairperson of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Alternative Dispute Resolution section. The section of the NH Bar provides a forum for discussing alternative dispute resolution in NH, including training for mediator/arbitrators, ethical rule issues, mediation rules such [...]
Attorney Kim Weibrecht, a NH divorce attorney focusing on collaborative law and alternative dispute resolution, recently took part in a successful 12-hour training through the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire. Attorney Weibrecht is a member of the Board of CLANH, which hosted the training on Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice for 40 new and veteran collaborative [...]
NH Divorce Attorney Kimberly Weibrecht has been nominated to sit on the Board of the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire (CLANH). A statewide organization of collaborative professionals that oversees training and membership of collaborative professionals in New Hampshire, the Collaborative Law Alliance includes more than 60 trained members. “It is an honor to be [...]
NH Divorce Attorney Kim Weibrecht has been nominated to sit on the Board of the New Hampshire Public Defender, a private, nonprofit corporation which offers New Hampshire a cost-effective means of providing high-quality, reliable representation to indigent defendants. Kim formerly served as a trial attorney for the NH Public Defender in Strafford County for three [...]
Kimberly Weibrecht, a divorce lawyer serving Portsmouth and Dover, NH has been invited to join the Alternative Dispute Resolution Alliance (ADRA). The ADR Alliance is an independent group of mediation professionals and representatives from the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution section, the New Hampshire Conflict Resolution Association, and the New Hampshire Judicial Branch’s Office [...]
Divorce Collaborative.com – Norfolk, MA May 17, 2009 “Everyone knows that a divorce is stressful, but there are some steps you can take to better manage the anxiety surrounding the process. I was orginally going to call this post “The Top 10 Ways to Maintain Your Divorce Sanity” but I really felt the need to [...]
Orlando Sentinel – Orlando, FL May 18, 2009 “You’ve heard of happily married, but is it possible to have a happy divorce?
A growing number of lawyers — including some who’ve spent careers brawling in divorce court — say yes. They’re disciples of “collaborative divorce,” which tries to bring civility and cooperation to the traditionally [...]
Houston Chronicle – Houston, TX, USA May 31, 2009 The old line goes it’s cheap to get married but expensive to get divorced. . . . There are, of course, alternatives to DIY divorce that are not as costly as traditional divorce scenarios where both spouses lawyer-up and prepare for a court battle. These are [...]
Forbes – NY, USA June 3, 2009 “Not many people enter marriage thinking it will lead to divorce. While accurate divorce rates are difficult to calculate and often unreliable, many social scientists conclude that up to 40% of marriages are terminated. The chances are fairly high that you or someone you know will get divorced….” [...]
The Olympian — Seattle, WA June 14, 2009 It’s always interesting to see collaborative law and mediation practices in other parts of the country. The Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston County, WA started 18 years ago and has been quietly empowering people to resolve their own conflicts without lawyers or courts. It saves city and [...]