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New Hampshire - Grafton County Divorce Professionals
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Grafton County Court Information
Grafton County - Haverhill Family Division, 3785 Dartmouth College Hwy., P.O. Box 9, North Haverhill, NH 03774 Phone: 603-787-6820
Grafton County Divorce Support Groups
Separation & Divorce Support Group of the Upper Valley WHRC, Buck Road Hanover, NH 03755 Phone: 603-643-8470 Contact: Perpetua Fung E-mail: [email protected]
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In order to file for a divorce, both spouses must be residents of New Hampshire for a minimum of one year. If, however, one of the parties has not been a resident for one year, but the other has, and the reason for the divorce happened in the state, then the court recognizes the residency. Spouses who reside in different counties may file in either one of the counties.
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