Judith A. Fairclough

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Judith A Fairclough

Phone: 603.223.9114
Email: jfairclough@orr-reno.com
Fax: 603.223.9014

Overview

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Judith is a family law specialist, certified marital mediator and is also certified in the area of collaborative practice. Her approach to divorce, post-divorce matters and prenuptial agreements is creative and client centered. She handles a variety of divorce related disputes in cases involving complex financial issues, large and small business interests, multi-million dollar estates and various complicated financial scenarios and has expertise in drafting and reviewing prenuptial agreements.

Hobbies

Judith is an avid gardener and cyclist.

Professional and Community Involvement

Professional Involvement

  • Member, Hearings Committee, New Hampshire Supreme Court Attorney Discipline System
  • Board Member, New Hampshire Bar Association Pro Bono Referral Program
  • Founding Member, Certified Financial Litigators, New Hampshire Chapter
  • Certified Marital Mediator
  • Certified in Collaborative Practice
  • Former Co-Chair, Family Law Section, New Hampshire Bar Association
  • CLE Program faculty, New Hampshire Bar Association
  • Member, American Bar Association Family Law Section
  • Member, New Hampshire Bar Association Family Law Section
  • Member, Family Division Rules and Policy Group
  • Member, Collaborative Law Alliance/New Hampshire
  • Member, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals

Community Involvement

  • Board Member, The Friends of Norris Cotton Cancer Center
  • Co-chair, Friends Fighting Cancer 5K
  • Volunteer, Healing with Art Program, Norris Cotton Cancer Center
  • Parents’ Committee, St. Lawrence University

Honors & Distinctions

Regularly Cited in The Best Lawyers in America for Family Law.

Publications

A Practical Guide To Divorce In New HampshireChapters on Prenuptial Agreements and Family Law Published by MCLE New England, December 2009 (as supplemented in 2011)

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