If you decide to file for divorce in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, your experience will depend entirely on the type of marriage dissolution you are going to have and the way you choose to approach it.The simplest option would be filing for uncontested divorce, and using an online service to do it.

Options for Filing in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire



Contested Divorce

$12,000-$30,000 for each spouse.

Hard to predict. Usually around 1 year.

Online Divorce

Under $1,000

The shortest one that divorce laws in allow.

Uncontested Divorce

Around $5,000

A few months on average.

Free forms

When choosing which Hillsborough County divorce papers to file, it is important to consider every aspect of your case. Having children or different types of assets and debts will significantly change the set of documents you will be required to submit. You will find some of the common divorce forms required to file in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, below.

***Note that these forms are an example of the documents that you will be required to fill out. In general, the court will oblige you to file more than 15 divorce forms depending on the complexity of your case.***

Couples who cannot reach an agreement on financial, property, and child-related aspects of their divorce will have to file for contested marriage dissolution. The only way they can end their marriage is by hiring lawyers and paying them huge sums for advocating on their behalf.

Those who are in agreement, can file for uncontested divorce in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, either with or without a lawyer. Those who do not want to hire an attorney can save both time and money by getting online divorce in New Hampshire.

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Divorce Courts in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire

Hillsborough County Superior Court North

Clerk Name:

Michael Scanlon

Court Address:

300 Chestnut Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 03101



Clerk Hours:


Hillsborough County Superior Court South

Clerk Name:

Marshall Buttrick

Court Address:

30 Spring Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 03060



Clerk Hours:


Helpful tips

If some of the information seems unclear, it might be necessary to contact the Hillsborough County court clerk. You might want to consider asking about:

  • Any additional forms that might be required specifically by this court.
  • Filing fees and other court-related expenses that you might have to cover.
  • Recent changes or updates that have not yet been reflected on their website.

While court clerks cannot provide legal advice, they can be very helpful when it comes to factual questions about court procedures and processes.

Hillsborough County Notaries

Comparing fees, locations, and availability of notaries in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, as well as how well they answered your questions will help you make an informed decision and choose the most suitable notary for your situation. Here is the list of county notaries in the area:

Gary Wilusz

Manchester, NH
Phone: 603-566-9365 · Cell: 603-566-9365

Mobile My Way Notary, LLC

Manchester, NH
Phone: 603-396-1305

Mark Thompson

Nashua, NH
Phone: 603-204-7410 · Cell: 603-204-7410

Matthew Gennetti

Manchester, NH
Phone: 603-731-5621

Sherri Woolsey

Amherst, NH
Phone: 603-943-8988

A.M.E. Signings

Hudson, NH
Phone: 603-490-8281 · Cell: 603-490-8281

Andrea Maniglia

Amherst, NH
Phone: 603-801-7532

Amybeth Kasinkas

Nashua, NH
Phone: 603-438-2091

Helpful tips

  • Before settling on a specific notary in Hillsborough County, consider contacting them to inquire about the price of their services and ask if any additional documents are needed
  • Fill out all the necessary fields in the forms beforehand. You will not be able to change or add new information to the papers after they are notarized.
  • Sign the documents in front of a notary public. As notaries have legal liability to confirm the validity of your signature, you can put it down on the form only in their presence.
  • Bring an ID or a driver’s license for verification purposes. Make sure that the form of identification you are carrying has your signature on it so thata notary can compare it with the one you are going to put on the paperwork.

Child Support Services

Please note that this section will only be useful for spouses filing for divorce with children in New Hampshire.

Feel free to use the link provided on the page to review information regarding New Hampshire child support guidelines and payments. You are also welcome to use the contact information of the child support division if you have any specific inquiries. Before making a call, please note that you will find answers to the most common questions on their website, no matter if you are the one who will be receiving or paying child support in Hillsborough County.

County name: Merrimack County

Phone: 603-271-4427

Fax: 603-271-4787

Address: Bureau of Child Support Services
129 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301

Website: https://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dcss