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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Divorce - Mothers - Families - Options to Retain your Home in NH

A divorce comes with a lot of expenses especially in NH if you obtained an Attorney who possibly raked you and/or the Courts dragged it out your case due to their marital master program. Feeling a bit overwhelmed? That feeling of being heavily burdened, mentally or physically, by troubles, adverse conditions, and anxiety; yeah that; that is oppression.

In many of the cases reviewed in this state; families struggle after the divorce most often it is women and children; it would be especially helpful if the court's provided resources for families in this situation but they do not.

Information they do not give families and should: NH Housing has a divorced loan program, which with certain qualifications can keep you and your family in your home and put your mind at ease during this often scary and difficult transition.

There is also help for the elderly see: http://www.gonhhfa.com/already-own-a-home/home-owner-programs or for more information about their programs call 1-800-649-0470 or email ownershipinfo@nhhfa.org

I will try to update more resources that may be beneficial; if you know of any others that could help families please feel free to post them; there are also fuel assistance programs in many communities check with your local 411.

A habitual disuse of physical forces totally destroys the moral; and women lose at once the power of protecting themselves, and of discerning the cause of their oppression.
Joel Barlow

With that in mind ladies, these types of programs are not welfare, nor are they a reason to be discouraged; it is an opportunity to help you get back on your feet and move forward - Mark Twain once said "I was seldom able to see an opportunity until it had ceased to be one."  So, get up! Brush yourself off, make a plan and see it through, nothing worth having is ever easy, take advantage of lessening the burden, and you will be surprised at the things you can accomplish!!!  

Women, we are stronger than they think and when pushed or our children are threatened in anyway we push back; be defiant take control and we will make a better tomorrow for Children.

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