The Annutto Law Office in Nashua, New Hampshire offers affordable legal services to its clients. Attorney Joseph M. Annutto and his team are highly experienced in Estate Planning, Family Law, Divorce, Bankruptcy, Criminal Defense and Personal Injury law.
The skilled and knowledgeable legal team at Annutto Law Office has helped Massachusetts and New Hampshire clients deal with a wide variety of legal issues. Our team is licensed in both states and has years of experience behind us. We can customize a legal defense that meets your needs and ensures you get the resolution you need.
Joe is a very honest and insightful lawyer. I went to mediation to reach an agreement with my husband. I just wanted to get it over. I signed an agreement where we each got our own retirement account. My husband’s retirement was $750,000 and much larger than mine. My sister in law is a real estate paralegal and told me divorce agreements were modifiable. I figured I could go modify it later. When I met Joe, he said that since the divorce was signed and approved by the court that I could not modify it. He said asset divisions are permanent unless there was some time of fraud. Boy did I learn a lesson, DO NOT LISTEN TO FAMILY AND FRIENDS FOR ADVICE, even if they are a paralegal. That was an expensive lesson. I did not end up hiring Joe, but I did appreciate his honesty and compassion on this issue.
Joe was great. My ex girlfriend filed a domestic violence petition and got a restraining order against me. She claimed sexual assault. Joe proved it was a lie at trial and got the restraining order dismissed. I’ve got time with my daughter back. It was unbelievable.
Joe is the best lawyer in the state. Sensitive and compassionate with his clients and very aggressive with the other party.
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