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New Hampshire Union Leader Covers Cordell & Cordell Expansion

WRITTEN BY:
Wyatt Simpson
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The New Hampshire Union Leader recently covered Cordell & Cordell’s expansion into the Bedford, N.H., market. In an article published on Dec. 30, 2019, Cordell & Cordell CEO Scott Trout discussed the firm’s mission. “We are more pro-family than anything else,” Mr. Trout said. “We are not representing dads to take away the rights of moms, but rather balance the playing field.” The Bedford office is Cordell & Cordell’s first in New Hampshire. The firm now has offices in 37 states with plans for further expansion throughout 2020. Jessica L. Ugarte is overseeing the Bedford office, which is located in suite 121 of the Constitution Drive office complex. Ms. Ugarte, who earned her Juris Doctor from Massachusetts School of Law, has more than 11 years in private law practice and practiced domestic relations prior to joining Cordell & Cordell. Cordell & Cordell is dedicated to helping guide men and fathers through each step of the divorce process. The firm’s Bedford divorce lawyers understand the unique challenges men face when going through divorce in New Hampshire. Click here to read the full article. To schedule a consultation with a Bedford divorce attorney, call 603-637-9990 or fill out this online contact form.

Written By Wyatt Simpson

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