From One Mother to Another in Nashua, NH

Contact Diane V. Griffith when love means laying down the law

As much as you care about your children, you can't shield them from pain or make their decisions for them. Surrendering control isn't easy, especially when a child has a reputation for being disorderly. Diane V. Griffith is a mother of three, and now has two grandchildren, as well. She knows the value of maternal instincts and kind words. When you're overwhelmed by the actions of your child, reach us at 603-589-9902.

Our Nashua, New Hampshire family law attorney will be there for you during:

  • Domestic violence cases
  • Divorce cases
  • Guardianship cases
  • Juvenile crime cases

Is your family unit folding under pressure?

If you feel ill-equipped to manage court proceedings, work alongside a reliable lawyer. Diane V. Griffith always prioritizes the families of her clients. She'll discuss the particulars of your case in terms that everyone can understand. She offers free consultations and specializes in Nashua parenting law. Take a deep breath and prepare for your case to finally close.

Some Word from Diane V. Griffith herself

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Family law was the logical choice for me. Prior to going to law school I worked as a social worker first for DCYF and then for a local court. I have been certified as a guardian ad litem for 28 years and still enjoy doing the investigations as well as getting to know and helping families though a stressful time.

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others?

I have experience in social work and working with families. In addition to my law degree I have an advanced degree in Behavior and Development. I have always enjoyed the study of how one grows and develops and enjoy apply this knowledge to my legal work.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

I try to provide very competent as well as sensitive representation. My goal is to serve my clients well, more than to make a huge amount of money. I try to be very cost conscious and to weigh the cost of legal involvement with what can be accomplished.