During the corona virus pandemic, New Hampshire and Massachusetts have closed the courts, except for very limited circumstances.
The office of Gregory T. Martin continues to be open for business by way of telephonic appointments, video conferencing, and/or email consultation, especially in matters involving family. The emergency has stopped us in our tracks, but life does not stand still. You have options.
Need a Neutral Place to Talk? Attorney Martin offers online mediation services for when a family issue needs immediate attention.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
A good share of Attorney Martin’s practice focuses on family law matters including divorce, issues involving children, child support, alimony, guardianship proceedings, termination of parental rights, and prenuptial agreements. He has experience in highly contested cases perhaps involving complicated business and real estate valuations. He has experience in uncontested matters as well. Attorney Martin can process your uncontested divorce in an expeditious and affordable way.
If at all possible, why would you let a judge make the important decisions for your family? Sometimes all you need is someone to facilitate the discussion so that you can reach a mutually acceptable solution on your own. Mediation between the disputing parties may be the answer. Gregory Martin is a New Hampshire certified family mediator and he has practiced, promoted, and taught mediation. He is able to bring his skills as a mediator to the table while at the same time sharing with the parties the benefit of his many years of experience and background as a family law litigator.
If you are interested in Gregory Martin’s services as a mediator, be sure to say so at your initial contact. Mr. Martin cannot give legal advice to you as your attorney and also be your mediator because of ethical considerations in maintaining the mediator’s neutrality. Online mediation is also available to clients who cannot meet in person.
Attorney Martin drafts basic estate planning documents including wills, powers of attorney and living trusts. He also represents clients in contested probate matters whether it involve a guardianship over an incapacitated individual, or an attempt to terminate parental rights. Probate is a lengthy and sometimes expensive court process to administer a decedent’s estate. Through the use of effective estate planning techniques, a person may avoid the probate process saving time and money while at the same time preserving confidentiality.
If you are injured on the job, you are entitled to certain benefits under New Hampshire and Commonwealth of Massachusetts Law. Attorney Martin is familiar with that law and can assist you in receiving everything to which you are entitled. It is important for you to understand whether you should receive disability benefits, vocational skills, or a permanent impairment award for your injury. Attorney Martin has the knowledge and experience in this area to protect your rights.
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