NEW HAMPSHIRE REVISED STATUTE ANNOTATED TITLE CHAPTER DESCRIPTION KEYWORDS
1 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 5-c:6 The State And Its Government Vital Records Administration Requiring the Secretary of State to promote uniformity and efficiency in compiling marriage statistics. marriage
2 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 5-c:11 The State And Its Government Vital Records Administration Establishing a rebuttable presumption that the father of a child born or conceived to a married woman is the woman's husband. husband
3 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 5-c:12 The State And Its Government Vital Records Administration Requiring persons solemnizing marriages to record the facts and transmit the returns to the applicable town clerk. marriage
4 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 5-c:13 The State And Its Government Vital Records Administration Requiring the clerk to alphabetize marriage returns for records administration. marriage
5 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 5-c:9 The State And Its Government Vital Records Administration Providing that a certified copy of a marriage license is prima facie evidence of the marriage in any judicial proceeding. marriage
6 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 5-c:20 The State And Its Government Vital Records Administration Setting the procedure for correcting or amending the marriage record. marriage
7 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 5-c:21 The State And Its Government Vital Records Administration Requiring persons to respond to the registrar's inquiries regarding marriage facts. marriage
8 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 5-c:22 The State And Its Government Vital Records Administration Providing for the issuance of a decorative heirloom marriage certificate upon payment of a $25 fee. marriage
9 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 14:27-a The State And Its Government Legislative Officers And Proceedings Compensation, Etc. The surviving wife of a legislator who dies after being sworn in and while in session is qualified to receive the balance of the legislator's compensation. If there is no wife, payment goes to his estate. spouse
10 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 15-b:1 The State And Its Government Gifts, Testimonials, And Honorariums Exempting gifts from relatives by blood or marriage or a member of the same household from reporting requirements for elected officials. marriage
11 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 21-i:26 The State And Its Government Department Of Administrative Services: State Employees Group Insurance Granting state employees and their families, and retired employees and their spouses, access to group insurance. spouse
12 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 21-i:30-a The State And Its Government Department Of Administrative Services: State Employees Group Insurance Granting the surviving spouse and dependent children of a state employee who died in the line of duty premiums for a health benefit (in the case of a wife, until she remarries; in the case of a child, until/unless he/she qualifies under another employer plan). spouse
13 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 21-i:30-d The State And Its Government Department Of Administrative Services: State Employees Group Insurance Requiring the State Commissioner to implement a self-insured health plan with coverage for employees' families and retired employees' spouses. spouse
14 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 21-i:42 The State And Its Government Department Of Administrative Services: Personnel Establishing the Division of Personnel and imposing upon the director the responsibility to develop a program to ensure the employment of all qualified people, regardless of marital status, among other factors. marriage, marital status
15 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 21-i:58 The State And Its Government Department Of Adminisitrative Services: Classified Employees Providing for reinstatement if an appeal from an employee concludes that adverse action was taken for any reason related to marital status, among other factors. marriage, marital status
16 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 30-b:19 Counties County Departments Of Corrections: Employment Of Offenders Granting the court discretion to consider the right of a prisoner's spouse and dependent children to support where the wages/salaries of a prisoner have been confiscated by the state to offset the cost of institutionalization. spouse
17 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 72:1 Taxation Persons And Property Liable To Taxation: Resident Taxes Granting a tax credit to the surviving spouse of any veteran serving in the armed forces during any wars. Credit deducted from his/her spouse's tax bill. spouse
18 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 72:5 Taxation Persons And Property Liable To Taxation: Resident Taxes Imposing upon a husband the resident tax obligation of his wife, if they live together husband, wife
19 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 72:29 Taxation Persons And Property Liable To Taxation: Property Taxes Defining "surviving spouse" for purposes of a tax credit worth up to $700 for the surviving spouse of a person killed/died while on active duty in the U.S. armed forces (72-29a). husband, wife
20 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 72:29-a Taxation Persons And Property Liable To Taxation: Property Taxes Establishing a tax credit worth up to $700 for the surviving spouse of a person killed/died while on active duty in the U.S. armed forces. spouse
21 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 72:31 Taxation Persons And Property Liable To Taxation: Property Taxes Allowing both a husband and a wife a veteran tax credit (of between $50 and $100) if each qualify for a tax credit upon residential real estate (as provided under 72:28, ii and v). husband, wife
22 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 72:36-a Taxation Persons And Property Liable To Taxation: Property Taxes Granting a disabled veteran and his/her spouse 100% exemption from taxation on the homestead. spouse
23 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 72:37-b Taxation Persons And Property Liable To Taxation: Property Taxes Providing that eligibility for a tax exemption based upon the receipt of Social Security disability benefits (under Title II or XVI of the Social Security Act) turn upon net income from all sources, including spousal income. married, spouse
24 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 72:38-b Taxations Persons And Property Liable To Taxation: Property Taxes Provides a property tax exemption of up to $15,000 for deaf or hearing-impaired persons living in-state for at least 5 years. If the eligible person has been married for 5 years, the exemption is available even if his/her home is owned by his/her spouse, so long as it's the principle place of abode. married, spouse
25 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 72:39-b Taxation Persons And Property Liable To Taxation: Property Taxes Providing that eligibility for an elderly tax exemption under 72:27-a turn upon net asset amount for married persons and that eligibility continue for surviving spouses until the sale of the property or remarriage. married, spouse
26 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 72:40-a Taxation Persons And Property Liable To Taxation: Property Taxes Denying the elderly tax exemption if the property was transferred to a qualified elderly resident within the preceding 5 years from someone related by blood or marriage. marriage
27 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 76:11-a Taxation Apportionment, Assessment And Abatement Of Taxes: Assessment Requiring that the tax bill inform veteran spouses, among others, of the tax exemptions available. spouse
28 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 77:5-a Taxation Taxation Of Incomes 77:5 provides a tax exemption for individuals or marital couples. 77:5-a allows a taxpayer to claim his/her spouse's exemption so long as both husband and wife file a joint return. married, spouse
29 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 77-b:7 Taxation Commuters Income Tax Returns Allowing a husband and wife to file a single joint return if they are filing jointly on the federal level as well. husband, wife
30 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 78-b:2 Taxation Tax On Transfer Of Real Property Exempting transfers of title to real property from tax if the transfer arises from a decree of divorce or nullity. spouse
31 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 88-a:5 Taxation Uniform Estate Tax Apportionment Act Exempting from apportionment of taxes - arising from probate of estate - property passing to a surviving spouse or a charitable institution, except where the application of such exemption would deprive the estate of a deduction from federal taxes for the state estate tax. spouse
32 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 99:9 Public Officers and Employees Adjustment Of Salaries Of State Employees Extending short-term medical benefits to state employees who were laid off and are not otherwise eligible for benefits through retirement, a spouse, or other employment. spouse
33 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 100-a:1 Public Officers and Employees New Hampshire Retirement System Defining "spousal acknowledgment" under the public retirement system for various retirement/disability payouts. spouse
34 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 100-a:5 Public Officers and Employees New Hampshire Retirement System Granting the surviving spouse of an employee (who is more than 45 years old with more than 20 years of service) a proportional share of the employee's annual service retirement allowance if the Group II member has elected to convert his/her optional allowance for his/her spouse under 100-a:13. spouse
35 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 100-a:8 Public Officers and Employees New Hampshire Retirement System (1) For surviving spouses of Group I employees killed on the job by an accident: spouse (then minor children, then dependent parents) receives a state annuity equal to 50% of the final compensation; (2) For surviving spouses of Group II employees killed by an accident or occupational hazard: spouse may receive a state annuity (50% of the earnable compensation); (3) Worker's compensation payments offset annuities unless the worker was killed from injuries in the line of duty. spouse
36 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 100-a:9 Public Officers and Employees New Hampshire Retirement System Surviving spouses of Group I or II employees in service are entitled to a death benefit: (1) In the case of 10 or more years of service or retirement eligibility, the spouse receives 50% of the retirement allowance (or the option of a lump sum payment). If there is no spouse, or if there is a non-spousal designated beneficiary, he/she receives $3,600 or annual earnable compensation and a return of contributions; (2) In the case of less than 10 years of service, the spouse or designated beneficiary receives $3,600 or annual earnable compensation and a return of member contributions. spouse
37 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 100-a:12 Public Officers and Employees New Hampshire Retirement System (I) For Group II retiree who retired before 4/1/87: if the retiree dies, the retiree's designee gets $3,600 lump-sum payment plus a return of contributions under 100A-11. But if the retiree received accidental disability retirement allowance, his/her surviving spouse gets (in lieu of lump sum) 50% of his/her accidental disability retirement allowance until death or remarriage; (I.(a)) In addition, for certain Group II retirees (those who retired pursuant to 100-A:5II with 20 years of service or those who retired pursuant to 100-A:6IIa before 4/1/87): if the retiree dies, his/her surviving spouse gets 50% of service or ordinary disability allowance until death or remarriage; (II.) For Group II retirees retiring on or after 4/1/87: if the retiree dies: (1) the retiree's designee gets $3,600 lump payment (or $10,000 if the retiree is a member of Group II as of 6/30/88) plus a return of contributions under 100A-11; and (2) if the retiree was married when he/she retired, the surviving spouse gets 50% of service or ordinary disability allowance until death or remarriage. married, spouse
38 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 100-a:13 Public Officers and Employees New Hampshire Retirement System Granting a retiree the option of receiving a retirement allowance or the equivalent actuarial value under various options that would allow his/her spouse to continue to receive a pension after the retiree's death. married, spouse
39 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 100-a:50 Public Officers and Employees New Hampshire Retirement System Granting retirees the same group medical health benefits as are provided to active employees, including their spouses, other family members and beneficiaries. spouse
40 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 100-a:52 Public Officers and Employees New Hampshire Retirement System Paying within defined limits the cost of hospitalization and other medical benefits for Group II retirees and, among others: (1) the spouse of a Group II member on service disability retirement; (2) the surviving spouse of a Group II member, previously on-plan and qualified for death benefits; and (3) the surviving spouse and children of a Group II member who died from work related injuries. spouse
41 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 100-a:52-a Public Officers and Employees New Hampshire Retirement System Paying within defined limits the cost of hospitalization and other medical benefits of Group I Teachers and Political Subdivision Employees and: (1) spouses of qualified retirees; (2) surviving spouses of deceased members, previously on-plan and qualified for death benefits; (3) surviving spouses and children of Group I members who died from work related injuries. spouse
42 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 100-a:52-b Public Officers and Employees New Hampshire Retirement System Same as 52-a except applicable to Group I members. spouse
43 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 100-b:13 Public Officers and Employees New Hampshire Length Of Service Awards Program For Volunteer Firefighters And Volunteer Emergency Medical Personnel Payments due to minors or incompetent persons may be made to the member's spouse, child, parent, brother or sister, or to any person deemed by the committee to have incurred expenses for such minor or incompetent person, unless a proper claim is made by legal guardian/representative. spouse
44 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 102:16 Public Officers and Employees Firemen's Retirement System Granting retiring firefighters the right to elect optional retirement benefits: (1) permitting the retiree to receive reduced benefits during his lifetime and, after death, continued benefits for his legal wife (if none, then for his dependent son and/or daughter); or (2) permitting the retiree to receive reduced benefits during his lifetime and, after death, 50% of benefit continued for a designated beneficiary. wife
45 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 102:17 Public Officers and Employees Firemen's Retirement System Where a firefighter dies as a result of injury on the job, his statutory beneficiaries (wife, then minors, then dependent parents) receive the sum otherwise payable to the firefighter for disability (2/3 of his annual salary). In the case of a wife, payments continue until her death or remarriage. wife
46 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 103:15 Public Officers and Employees Policemen's Retirement System (1) Where a policeman dies from an injury in the line of duty, his statutory beneficiaries (in descending order, wife, minor children, dependent parents) receive 50% of the assessed part of his annual salary -- in the case of a wife, payments continue until her death (unless she is a minor) or remarriage. (2) The widow of a policeman who dies NOT in the line of duty receives a lump-sum payment of $3,600 (if there is no widow, then his children receive the payment). wife
47 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 110-b:64 Public Defense And Veterans' Affairs The Militia: General Provisions Setting forth the form for notarizations or acknowledgments for national guard members or their spouses. spouse
48 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 115-a:2 Public Defense And Veterans' Affairs Aid For Veterans' Programs Defining "spouse" for purposes of chapter 115-a (Aid for Veterans' Programs). husband, wife
49 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 115-a:6 Public Defense And Veterans' Affairs Aid For Veterans' Programs A bonus payment for Vietnam War veterans in cases of incompetence or death is payable to a legally appointed representative. If a veteran dies before the payment is made, it is payable to, in descending order, the veteran's surviving spouse, children, parents. spouse
50 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 115-a:12 Public Defense And Veterans' Affairs Aid For Veterans' Programs Seemingly identical to 115-a 6 but due Persian Gulf War veterans. spouse
51 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 117:1 Public Defense And Veterans' Affairs Servicemen's Loans To Minors For purposes of servicemen loans offered by Congress, an eligible veteran and his/her spouse are unaffected by status/disability of minority where loans are guaranteed or offered by the Government. spouse
52 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 125:25-a Public Health General Provisions: Disclosure Of Ownership Interests By Healthcare Practitioners For purposes of the healthcare ownership reporting statute, "ownership interest" is defined to include interests held by the practitioner or his/her spouse or child. spouse
53 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 126-a:36 Public Health Department Of Health And Human Services: Office Of Reimbursements Providing that the state may pursue, and hold jointly or severally liable, the resident and his/her spouse (or, if applicable, his/her parents) to recover expenses incurred by the institutionalized person. spouse
54 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 126-a:37 Public Health Department Of Health And Human Services: Office Of Reimbursements Providing that the state may pursue, and hold jointly or severally liable, the estate of the resident, his/her spouse or parents, if applicable, if the estate is more than sufficient to pay priorities in 554:19. spouse
55 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 126-a:43 Public Health Department Of Health And Human Services: Office Of Reimbursements Capping spousal liability duty to support/pay the expenses of an institutionalized spouse after the spouse has been a resident for 10 years. spouse
56 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 132:2 Public Health Protection For Maternity And Infancy Imposing upon the Commissioner of Health and Human Services the responsibility to prepare and distribute fetal alchohol syndrome brochures to applicants for marriage licenses. marriage
57 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 135-c:36 Public Health New Hampshire Mental Health Services System: Nonemergency Involuntary Admissions A petition for involuntary admission, accompanied by a guardianship request, must include the names and addresses of spouses, parents, children, and siblings. spouse
58 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 137-h:4 Public Health Living Wills Disqualifying spouses, heirs-at-law, health care practitioners, and any person who may have a claim against the estate from witnessing the execution of a living will. spouse
59 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 137-h:7 Public Health Living Wills Disqualifying a spouse or heir-at-law from being a witness for purposes of revoking a living will. spouse
60 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 137-j:5 Public Health Durable Power Of Attorney For Health Care Disqualifying a spouse, heir, or any person entitled to part of the estate from witnessing the execution of a durable power of attorney. spouse
61 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 137-j:6 Public Health Durable Power Of Attorney For Health Care Providing that the filing of an action for divorce will cause the revocation of the principal's durable power of attorney for healthcare if his/her spouse is a designated agent unless: (1) a secondary agent is designated; or (2) durable power of attorney is reaffirmed after filing. spouse
62 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 137-j:14 Public Health Durable Power Of Attorney For Health Care Setting forth the form of the disclosure statement that must accompany a durable power of attorney for healthcare; specifically noting that a spouse cannot be a witness. spouse
63 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 137-k:2 Public Health Brain And Spinal Cord Injuries Qualifying the spouse of a victim of a brain or spinal cord injury for eligibility for selection by the governor onto an advisory council for persons with such injuries. spouse
64 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 141-f:3 Public Health Human Immunodeficiency Virus Education, Prevention, And Control Imposing on the Department of Public Health the responsibility to prepare and distribute HIV brochures to marriage license applicants. marriage
65 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 151:2 Hospitals And Sanitaria Residential Care And Health Facility Licensing Exempting medical facilities (including home care and adult day care) from licensing requirements if facilities are maintained and operated for the sole benefit of persons related to their owners or managers by blood or marriage, within the third degree of consanguinity. marriage
66 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 151:21 Hospitals And Sanitaria Residential Care And Health Facility Licensing: Patients' Bill Of Rights Residents of medical care facilities (including hospitals, longterm care facilities, and nursing homes) have the right to share a room with a spouse if both are patients in the same facility. married, spouse
67 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 151 : 26 Hospitals And Sanitaria Residential Care And Health Facility Licensing: Patients' Bill Of Rights Requiring that a person involuntarily transferred from residential care or a health facility receive a written notice of transfer and that the person's next of kin, among others (including the person's personal representative and/or legal guardian), receive such notice. next of kin
68 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 151-c:2 Hospitals And Sanitaria Certificate Of Need: Review Of Proposed New Instutitional Health Services Defining "Provider of Healthcare" to include: (1) healthcare practitioners who receive more than 1/5 gross annual income from the supply of drugs or care, whether directly or through his/her spouse; (2) immediate family members of practitioners or fiduciaries. spouse
69 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 154:29 Public Safety And Welfare Firewards, Firefighters, And Fire Hazards Aid Outside District Facilitating compensation for shared services. Providing that cities, towns and villages that received assistance from a firefighter from other city, town or village can reimburse the firefighter's true employer for disability compensation paid or payments for injuries or death paid to the member, his/her spouse or dependents, arising from extended assistance. spouse
70 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 161-b:2 Public Safety And Welfare Support Of Dependent Children Excluding married persons from the definition of "child" for purposes of the child support statute. married
71 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 161-b:11 Public Safety And Welfare Support Of Dependent Children Requiring the disclosure of an applicant's Social Security number for a marriage license, among other licenses, to help establish or enforce child support. marriage
72 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 161-c:2 Public Safety And Welfare Alternative Method Of Support Enforcement For Dependent Children: General Provisions Excluding a married person from the definition of "dependent child" for purposes of support obligations under the enforcement statute. married
73 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 161-f:48 Public Safety And Welfare Elderly And Adult Services: Protective Services Abrogating husband and wife privileged communication for any proceedings initiated under the elder protective services statute. husband, wife
74 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 161-h:1 Public Safety And Welfare Medical Child Support Excluding a married person from the definition of "dependent child" for purposes of the medical child support statute. married
75 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 161-i:2 Public Safety And Welfare Personal Care Services Defining a spouse or parent of a minor to be a "legally responsible relative" of a person requiring personal care assistance from the state. spouse
76 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 162-a:4 Public Safety And Welfare Business Finance Authority Prohibiting the Director of Business Finance Authority from participating in any matter in which he/she has a financial interest, whether directly or through a spouse or dependent. spouse
77 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 165:5 Public Safety And Welfare Aid To Assisted Persons: Veterans' Relief Providing that the dependent family of a war veteran is eligible for public assistance along with the veteran if the family is in need. wife, widow
78 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 165:19 Public Safety And Welfare Aid To Assisted Persons: Liability For Support, And Recovery Over Imposing an obligation to care for a poor relative (in the line of parent, child, spouse) upon penalty of imprisonment. husband, wife
79 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 165:28 Public Safety And Welfare Aid To Assisted Persons: Liability For Support, And Recovery Over Preventing the enforcement of any lien obtained on the home of an assisted person if the home is occupied by the assisted person, his/her spouse, minor children or disabled children. spouse
80 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 167:2 Public Safety And Welfare Public Assistance To Blind, Aged, Or Disabled Persons, And To Dependent Children Allowing the state to collect a benefit provided under the statute of public assistance (to blind, aged, disabled, or dependent people) from the parent, child, or spouse of the beneficiary by bringing a superior court action. Imposing joint and several liability on relatives for the state's assistance payments. husband, wife
81 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 167:3 Public Safety And Welfare Public Assistance To Blind, Aged, Or Disabled Persons, And To Dependent Children Granting the Health and Human Services Commissioner the ability to request and obtain enforcement over the contribution for public assistance provided to the beneficiary from his/her parent, child, or spouse. husband, wife
82 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 167:6 Public Safety And Welfare Public Assistance To Blind, Aged, Or Disabled Persons, And To Dependent Children Defining "spouse" and "surviving spouse" for purposes of public assistance to those legally married (where no legal separation has been granted by the court). marriage, married, spouse
83 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 167:13 Public Safety And Welfare Public Assistance To Blind, Aged, Or Disabled Persons, And To Dependent Children Allowing the state the right to recover assistance paid to an elder from the property or income of his/her spouse unless the property is occupied by the surviving spouse; and preventing the state from recovering from the community spouse if the institutionalized spouse becomes eligible for medical assistance benefits. husband, wife
84 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 167:14 Public Safety And Welfare Public Assistance To Blind, Aged, Or Disabled Persons, And To Dependent Children Allowing the state to put a lien on real property owned by a beneficiary of aid to the elderly/disabled and/or his/her spouse and requiring that the lien continue for the life of the beneficiary and his/her spouse. spouse
85 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 167:16-a Public Safety And Welfare Public Assistance To Blind, Aged, Or Disabled Persons, And To Dependent Children Imposing limitations on liens placed on real property to recover public assistance expenditure; prohibiting the enforcement of a lien on property held by an individual if his/her spouse currently resides in the home. spouse
86 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 167:28 Public Safety And Welfare Public Assistance To Blind, Aged, Or Disabled Persons, And To Dependent Children Requiring that the recipient and his/her spouse sign an acknowledgment to reimburse the state/federal government for aged/disability assistance as a condition of participation. spouse
87 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 167:78 Public Safety And Welfare Public Assistance To Blind, Aged, Or Disabled Persons, And To Dependent Children Including in-laws by marriage (e.g. spouses of relatives) in definitions of "specified relative" for purposes of the public assistance statute, if they provide care and control to a dependent child. marriage
88 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 167:79 Public Safety And Welfare Public Assistance To Blind, Aged, Or Disabled Persons, And To Dependent Children: New Hampshire Employment Program And Family Assistance Program Providing that the spouse of a caretaker relative is not eligible for an employment program. spouse
89 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 167-b:1 Public Safety And Welfare Marriage Counseling Referral Service Imposing the obligation of marriage counseling for persons filing petition for divorce or legal separation. marriage
90 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 167-b:2 Public Safety And Welfare Marriage Counseling Referral Service Providing voluntary access to marriage counseling through a family service agency or Health and Human Services. marriage
91 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 168-a:1 Public Safety And Welfare Uniform Act On Paternity Concluding that a child born to a married woman by a man other than her husband is equal to a child born of unwed parents. husband
92 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 168-b:1 Public Safety And Welfare Surrogacy For purposes of the surrogacy statute, the definition of "intended parents" requires the man and woman to be married. married
93 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 168-b:3 Public Safety And Welfare Surrogacy: Rules Of Parentage Presuming the husband to be the father of a child born to a wife during marriage or within 300 days after the termination of the marriage; the man is also deemed the father if he accepts the child after the marriage, or if the marriage is void, voidable or invalid. marriage
94 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 168-b:4 Public Safety And Welfare Surrogacy: Rules Of Parentage Allowing the husband of a surrogate the opportunity to have parental rights, if appropriate, under 168-b:16-27. husband
95 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 168-b:9 Public Safety And Welfare Surrogacy: Obligations To And Rights Of The Child Granting the husband of a surrogate the right to be a parent if the surrogate gives notice of her intent to keep the child pursuant to 168-b: 25, IV. husband
96 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 168-b:13 Public Safety And Welfare Surrogacy: In Vitro Fertilization And Preembryo Transfer Considering the rights and understanding of the husband of a surrogate before the woman is eligible to be a surrogate. husband
97 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 168-b:21 Public Safety And Welfare Surrogacy: Judicial Preauthorization Requiring evidence of the intended parents' marriage as a condition of surrogacy contract enforcement. marriage
98 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 168-b:23 Public Safety And Welfare Surrogacy: Judicial Preauthorization Providing that approval of the surrogacy contract terminates the parental rights of the surrogate's husband unless the surrogate provides notice within 72 hours. husband
99 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 168-b:25 Public Safety And Welfare Surrogacy: Judicial Preauthorization The husband of a surrogate is required to consent: (1) to a termination of rights; or (2) if the surrogate exercises her 72 hour notice rights, to acceptance of support obligations. husband
100 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 168-b:26 Public Safety And Welfare Surrogacy: Judicial Preauthorization Providing that the birth certificate should not be produced until 72 hours after birth in case the surrogate gives notice entitling her and her husband to be parents. husband
101 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 169-b:35-a Public Safety And Welfare Delinquent Children Defining "immediate family" for purposes of access to information by victims of violent crime as spouses and persons related by blood or marriage and living in the same household as the victim. marriage
102 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 169-c:3 Public Safety And Welfare Child Protection Act Granting guardians the authority to consent to a child's marriage, among other rights. marriage
103 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 169-c:32 Public Safety And Welfare Child Protection Act Reporting Law Abrogating the husband and wife communication privilege in a proceeding instituted under the child protection act. husband, wife
104 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 170-b:4 Public Safety And Welfare Adoption Granting the right to adopt to a husband and wife and second-parent adoption to marital couples. married, spouse
105 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 170-b:5 Public Safety And Welfare Adoption Requiring the consent of the spouse of the adult/minor being adopted. spouse
106 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 170-b:12 Public Safety And Welfare Adoption Requiring the disclosure of marital status and date and place of marriage, if any, on a petition for adoption. marriage, marital status
107 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 170-b:14 Public Safety And Welfare Adoption Waiving adoption investigation where the petitioner's spouse is the natural parent. spouse
108 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 170-b:15 Public Safety And Welfare Adoption Granting the petitioner and his/her spouse the right to final decree after a hearing if either is the natural parent. spouse
109 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 170-b:20 Public Safety And Welfare Adoption Allowing second-parent adoption to marital couples in step-parent situtations. married, spouse
110 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 170-c:2 Public Safety And Welfare Termination Of Parental Rights Acknowledging that guardians (under the statute for termination of parental rights) have the authority to consent to a minor's marriage, among other rights. marriage
111 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 170-e:2 Public Safety And Welfare Child Day Care, Residential Care, And Child-Placing Agencies: Child Day Care Licensing Defining "related" to include relationships by blood, marriage or adoption to specified degrees. marriage
112 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 170-e:25 Public Safety And Welfare Child Day Care, Residential Care, And Child-Placing Agencies: Residential Care And Child-Placing Agency Licensing Defining "related" to include relationships by blood, marriage or adoption to specified degrees. marriage
113 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 172-b:3 Public Safety And Welfare Alcoholism And Alcohol Abuse Providing that the family or next of kin of an intoxicated person lodged in jail shall receive notice unless the intoxicated person requests otherwise. next of kin
114 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 173-b:1 Public Safety And Welfare Protection Of Persons From Domestic Violence Including spouses and ex-spouses in the definition of "family or household member" for the domestic violence statute. The definition also includes persons cohabitating with one another. spouse
115 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 173-b:3 Public Safety And Welfare Protection Of Persons From Domestic Violence Providing that a minor can obtain protective orders against present or former intimate partners or a spouse. spouse
116 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 173-c:3 Public Safety And Welfare Confidential Communications Between Victims And Counselors Granting the right to waive the victim-counselor privilege to a minor who is married or emancipated. married
117 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 173-c:10 Public Safety And Welfare Confidential Communications Between Victims And Counselors Providing that counselors have an obligation to report child abuse in all cases except where a minor is seeking relief from abuse by a spouse, former spouse or intimate, unrelated partners. spouse
118 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 193:12 Education Pupils School Attendance Allowing a married person to have a domicile independent of his/her spouse for purposes of pupil residency. married, spouse
119 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 195-d:15 Education New Hampshire Health And Education Facilities Authority Providing a tax exemption for projects providing housing by educational facilities for married students, staff or employees. married
120 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 203:10 Housing And Redevelopment Housing Authorities Law Calculating the annual net income for rental eligibility by reference to the annual net income of the dwelling occupants (less a $100 exemption for each minor of the family other than the head of the family and his spouse). spouse
121 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 205-a:1 Housing And Redevelopment Regulation Of Manufactured Housing Parks Including spouse in the definition of "family member." spouse
122 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 227-c:8-e Public Recreation Historic Preservation: Preservation Of State Historic Resources If the next of kin of skeletal remains is identified, the next of kin has the right to participate in preparing an agreement regarding the disposition of the remains; and if no agreement is reached, the next of kin's wishes predominate. next of kin
123 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 227-c:8-f Public Recreation Historic Preservation: Preservation Of State Historic Resources Evidencing that the agreement for the disposition of the remains with the next of kin needs to be enforced by an archeologist or the next of kin if the skeletal analyst is not substantially meeting the terms of agreement. next of kin
124 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 227-c:8-g Public Recreation Historic Preservation: Preservation Of State Historic Resources In the context of unmarked graves or an excavated burial site, the next of kin has the authority to dictate the ultimate disposition of the remains if the remains are not Native American. next of kin
125 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 259:61 Motor Vehicles Words And Phrases Defined Extending automatic motor vehicle indemnity protection to the spouse of an insured person if he/she lives in the same household and there is no other insurance available. spouse
126 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 259:66-a Motor Vehicles Words And Phrases Defined Defining "next of kin" for the motor vehicle statute as a spouse, child, parent, stepparent, sibling, or legal guardian of the individual. next of kin
127 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 261:17 Motor Vehicles Certificates Of Title And Registration Of Vehicles: Certificate Of Title A vehicle owned by a married person is presumed to be jointly held with the right of survivorship; the surviving spouse can sell the vehicle without obtaining a new certificate of title. married, spouse
128 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 261:20 Motor Vehicles Certificates Of Title And Registration Of Vehicles: Certificate Of Title Waiving the fee for the first title to a motor vehicle passed to a surviving spouse by the rights of survivorship so long as the vehicle is in the surviving spouse's name only and the application is made within 13 months of the decedent's death. spouse
129 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 261:45-a Motor Vehicles Certificates Of Title And Registration Of Vehicles: Reciprocity For Nonresidents Allowing the spouse of a former New Hampshire resident in the armed services to register a vehicle as a New Hampshire resident even if the service member is stationed elsewhere. spouse
130 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 261:53 Motor Vehicles Certificates Of Title And Registration Of Vehicles: General Registration Exempting a married person under 18 years of age from the requirement of having his/her motor vehicle application signed by a parent or guardian (or responsible adult). marriage
131 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 261:55 Motor Vehicles Certificates Of Title And Registration Of Vehicles: General Registration Stating the obligation of a marriage partner to notify the Division of Motor Vehicles within 10 days of a name change by marriage. marriage
132 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 261:91 Motor Vehicles Certificates Of Title And Registration Of Vehicles: Number Plates Allowing special plates to be affixed to cars owned by members of the general court or a member's spouse. spouse
133 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 261:95 Motor Vehicles Certificates Of Title And Registration Of Vehicles: Number Plates Allowing the owner or his/her surviving spouse to return number plates that have never been used in exchange for a return of the registration fee if the return takes place within 90 days of the purchase. spouse
134 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 263:5-b Motor Vehicles Drivers' Licenses: Issuance Of Licenses Allowing the spouse of a New Hampshire resident serving abroad/away in the armed forces the right to obtain a New Hampshire driver's license. spouse
135 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 263:11 Motor Vehicles Drivers' Licenses: Expiration Of Licenses Granting the spouse of an armed forces member the right to renew his/her license by application to the division if the date of the expiration of the member's active duty is provided. spouse
136 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 263:17 Motor Vehicles Drivers' Licenses: Conditions And Requirements For A License Exempting married persons under 18 years of age from requirement of having a motor vehicle application signed by a parent or guardian (or responsible adult). marriage
137 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 263:56 Motor Vehicles Drivers' Licenses: License Suspension And Revocation Granting the next of kin the right to attend and testify at a license revocation hearing involving a motor vehicle fatality or serious injury. The next of kin has standing to file a petition of review and the right to make a written statement at the appeal hearing. next of kin
138 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 264:26 Motor Vehicles Accidents And Financial Responsibility: Conduct And Reporting After A Motor Vehicle Accident Obligating a Department of Safety officer investigating a fatal accident to contact the decedent's next of kin regarding the circumstances of the accident. next of kin
139 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 265:81-a Motor Vehicles Rules Of The Road: Serious Traffic Offenses Allowing a driver under the age of 21 to travel with alcohol in trunk of his/her car if he/she is accompanied by his/her spouse (21 or older), parent or legal guardian. spouse
140 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 273-a:10 Labor Public Employee Labor Relations Providing for the de-certification of a labor union/organization if it is found, after judicial proceedings, to discriminate on the basis of marital status, among other factors. marital status
141 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 273-c:10 Labor Dog And Horse racing Employees Providing for the de-certification of a labor union/organization if it is found to discriminate on the basis of marital status, among other factors. marital status
142 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 275-d:1 Labor Displaced Homemakers Providing counseling/training programs to persons displaced by dissolution of marriage. marriage
143 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 279:26-a Labor Minimum Wage Law: Hourly Rate Exempting from the minimum wage law a spouse working for another spouse on a volunteer basis when the worker expects only support in return. spouse
144 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 281-a:2 Labor Workers' Compensation Definining "dependent" for purposes of the worker's compensation statute; definition includes surviving widow/widower and surviving common-law husband/wife. husband, wife
145 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 281-a:8 Labor Workers' Compensation A spouse or other person who may recover damages on account of a worker's personal injury or death cannot sue the employer or the employer's insurer. spouse
146 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 281-a:26 Labor Workers' Compensation Entitling dependents of a deceased employee who died from an injury to receive a weekly compensation. The employee's spouse and dependent children share the funds in proportions established by the commission until the spouse remarries or the children become 18 or other dependents become self-supporting. married
147 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 282-a:159 Labor Unemployment Compensation: Protection Of Rights And Benefits Preventing the assignment of unemployment compensation for the collection of debts incurred for necessities furnished to an individual, his/her spouse and dependents during a period of unemployment. spouse
148 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 283:5 Labor Preference Of Resident Laborers And Veterans: Clerks, Mechanics, Etc. Granting veteran employment preferences to an unremmaried widow or the wife of a man serving in the armed forces on active duty at time of his death or an incident causing total disability. husband, wife
149 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 287-f:8 Games, Amusements, And Athletic Exhibitions Tri-State Lotto Compact Preventing the spouse (and other family members) of a lotto member officer, or an employee of the commission, from buying tickets or receiving a lotto payout if he/she resides in the same home as the lotto member officer. spouse
150 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 287-f:10 Games, Amusements, And Athletic Exhibitions Tri-State Lotto Compact Requiring a notarized statement from the winner's spouse consenting to any assignment of the lottery winnings. If no notarized statement is presented, the court shall determine whether the assignor can make the proposed assignment without his/her spouse's consent. married, spouse
151 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 290:6 Cemeteries; Burials; Dead Bodies Burials And Disinterments Imposing upon a funeral director, the next of kin or the decedent's designated agent the obligation to complete the burial permit and return it to the town within 6 days after the burial. next of kin
152 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 290:11 Cemeteries; Burials; Dead Bodies Burials And Disinterments Bodies can only be released to a funeral director, the next of kin, or a designated agent. Bodies can only be transferred under the direction of a funeral director, the next of kin, or a designated agent. next of kin
153 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 290:12 Cemeteries; Burials; Dead Bodies Burials And Disinterments Providing the information requirements that must be provided when a transfer of remains is requested by a funeral director, the next of kin or a designated agent. next of kin
154 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 290:16 Cemeteries; Burials; Dead Bodies Burials And Disinterments: Custody Of Remains Of Deceased Persons Defining "next of kin" for the disposition of remains as requiring relationship by blood or marriage. next of kin
155 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 290:17 Cemeteries; Burials; Dead Bodies Burials And Disinterments: Custody Of Remains Of Deceased Persons Granting custody and control of remains to an agent designated in a written and signed document, otherwise to the next of kin. next of kin
156 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 290:18 Cemeteries; Burials; Dead Bodies Burials And Disinterments: Custody Of Remains Of Deceased Persons Excluding an estranged spouse from being designated under 17 and returning control to the next of kin following the spouse. next of kin
157 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 290:19 Cemeteries; Burials; Dead Bodies Burials And Disinterments: Custody Of Remains Of Deceased Persons Providing for petition to court to determine the most appropriate person for disposing of a decedent's remains, notwithstanding other provisions of the statute. next of kin
158 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 290:24 Cemeteries; Burials; Dead Bodies Burials And Disinterments: Ownership Of Cemetery Plots Or Burial Spaces Providing the procedure for the next of kin or other interested party to obtain a determination concerning ownership of a cemetery plot or burial space when the ownership is unclear or in dispute. next of kin
159 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 291-a:4 Cemeteries; Burials; Dead Bodies Uniform Anatomical Gift Act Unless a decedent has made an unrevoked refusal to make an anatomical gift at the time of death, his/her spouse has first priority to make an anatomical gift. spouse
160 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 291-a:14 Cemeteries; Burials; Dead Bodies Uniform Anatomical Gift Act Allowing for the transplant of corneas under certain circumstances so long as there has been a good faith effort to reach the spouse or next of kin and there are no objections from the spouse, next of kin, or designee. next of kin
161 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 292:6-a Corporations, Associations, And Proprietors Of Common Lands Voluntary Corporations And Associations: Formation Of Corporation Requiring the Board of Directors of a non-profit organization to have at least five voting members who are not related by blood or marriage. marriage
162 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 301-a:12 Corporations, Associations, And Proprietors Of Common Lands Consumers' Cooperative Associations Preventing marital status, among other factors, from being considered in membership for consumer co-ops. marital status
163 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 304-a:25 Partnerships Uniform Partnership Act: Property Rights Of A Partner Providing that a partner's share in specific partnership property must be passed to the remaining partner, not to a widow, heir, or next of kin. A partner's right is nonassignable. next of kin, widow
164 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 310-a:3 Occupations And Professions Professional Engineers, Architects, Land Surveyors, Professional Geologists And Natural Scientists: Professional Engineers Providing that the public member of the Engineering Board not be an engineer or the spouse of an engineer. spouse
165 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 310-a:55 Occupations And Professions Professional Engineers, Architects, Land Surveyors, Professional Geologists And Natural Scientists: Land Surveyors Providing that the public member of the State Board of Licensure for Land Surveyors not be a member of the land surveying profession or the spouse of such a member. spouse
166 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 310-a:81 Occupations And Professions Professional Engineers, Architects, Land Surveyors, Professional Geologists And Natural Scientists: Natural Scientists Providing that the public member of the Board of Natural Scientists not be a member of the soil science profession or the spouse of such a member. spouse
167 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 310-a:100 Occupations And Professions Professional Engineers, Architects, Land Surveyors, Professional Geologists And Natural Scientists: Licensing Foresters Providing that the public member of the Board of Licensing for Foresters not be a member of the forestry profession or the spouse of such a member. spouse
168 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 310-a:120 Occupations And Professions Professional Engineers, Architects, Land Surveyors, Professional Geologists And Natural Scientists: Professional Geologists Providing that the public member of the Board of Professional Geologists not be a geologist or the spouse of such a member. spouse
169 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 311-b:2 Occupations And Professions Auctioneers Providing that the public member of the State Board of Auctioneers not be a member of the auctioneering profession or a spouse of such a member. spouse
170 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 313-a:2 Occupations And Professions Barbering, Cosmetology, And Esthetics Providing that the public member of the Board not be a member of the barbering, cosmotology, or esthetics profession or the spouse of such a member. spouse
171 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 315:1 Occupations And Professions Podiatry Providing that the public member of the Podiatry Board not be a podiatrist or the spouse of a podiatrist. spouse
172 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 316-a:2 Occupations And Professions Chiropractic Providing that the public member of the Board of Chiropractic Examiners not be a member of the chiropractic profession or the spouse of such a member. spouse
173 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 317-a:2 Occupations And Professions Dentists And Dentistry Examining Board Providing that the public member of the Board of Dental Examiners not be a member of the dental profession or the spouse of such a member. spouse
174 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 317-a:30 Occupations And Professions Dentists And Dentistry: Regulations And Penalties Allowing the spouse of a dentist who has died, or the spouse of an incapacitated dentist, to continue the dental business under the supervision of a registered dentist. spouse, wife
175 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 318:1 Occupations And Professions Pharmacists And Pharmacies Defining "fee splitting" to mean the sale of prescription medicine for economic benefit by a pharmacist/pharmacy with a licensed prescriber or the spouse of a licensed prescriber. spouse
176 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 318:3 Occupations And Professions Pharmacists And Pharmacies: Pharmacy Board Providing that the public member of the Licensing Board not be a member of the pharaceutical profession or the spouse of such member. spouse
177 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 318-b:9 Occupations And Professions Controlled Drug Act Prohibiting a practitioner from self-prescribing or prescribing medicine for his/her immediate family, including his/her spouse, children, and parents. spouse
178 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 319-c:4 Occupations And Professions Electricians Providing that the public member of the Electricians' Board not be a member of the electrical trade or the spouse of such a member. spouse
179 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 325:2 Occupations And Professions Embalmers And Funeral Directors Providing that the public member of the Board of Registration of Funeral Directors not be a member of the regulated profession or the spouse of such a member. spouse
180 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 325:37 Occupations And Professions Embalmers And Funeral Directors Granting a surviving spouse the right to continue the business of his/her spouse's funeral home so long as he/she employs a person with a valid funeral director license. husband, wife
181 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 325:43 Occupations And Professions Embalmers And Funeral Directors Criminalizing the making of funeral arrangements by anyone other than a funeral director, the next of kin, or a designated agent. next of kin
182 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 325-a:2 Occupations And Professions Crematories Requiring the owners/managers of crematories to keep books of the names and addresses of directing funeral directors and the next of kin or designated agent for every body cremated. next of kin
183 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 326-b:3 Occupations And Professions Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, And Licensed Nursing Assistants Providing that the public members of the Board of Nursing not be members of the nursing profession or spouses of such members. spouse
184 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 327:6-b Occupations And Professions Optometry Examinations And Licenses Providing that members of the Joint Pharmaceutical Formulary and Credentialing Committee and their spouses may not have a material financial interest in eye-care services other than that which is directly related to the practice of their professions. spouse
185 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 328-f:4 Occupations And Professions Allied Health Professionals: Governing Boards Providing that the public member of the Board for Allied Health Professionals not be a member of the allied health profession or the spouse of such a member. spouse
186 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 329:2 Occupations And Professions Physicians And Surgeons: Examining Board Providing that the public member of the Board for Physicians and Surgeons not be a member of the regulated profession or the spouse of such a member. spouse
187 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 329:17 Occupations And Professions Physicians And Surgeons: Disciplinary Proceedings Providing that the public member of the Medical Review Subcommittee not be a member of the medical profession or the spouse of such a member. spouse
188 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 329-a:3 Occupations And Professions Plumbers And Plumbing Providing that the public member of the Board of Plumbing not be a member of the plumbing trade or the spouse of such a member. spouse
189 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 330-a:6 Occupations And Professions Mental Health Practice Providing that the public members of the Board of Mental Health Professionals not be members of the mental health profession or the spouses of such members. spouse
190 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 331-a:5 Occupations And Professions New Hampshire Real Estate Practice Act Providing that the public member of the Real Estate Commission not be a member of the real estate profession or the spouse of such a member. spouse
191 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 331-a:12 Occupations And Professions New Hampshire Real Estate Practice Act Prohibiting applicants for real estate licenses from using character references from relatives by blood or marriage. marriage
192 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 332-b:4 Occupations And Professions New Hampshire Veterinary Practice Act Providing that the public member of the Veterinary Board not be a member of the veterinarian profession or spouse of such a member. spouse
193 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 339-c:11 Trade And Commerce Regulation Of Gasoline Franchises: Continuation Of A Franchise Allowing the dealer of a gasoline franchise to designate a successor, who may only be his/her surviving spouse or adult child. spouse
194 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 347-a:6 Trade And Commerce Regulation Of Equipment Dealerships Providing that suppliers cannot unreasonably withhold consent to any transfer of a dealer's interest in an equipment dealership to a member or members of the dealer's family, defined as spouse, parents, siblings, children, stepchildren, and lineal descendants. spouse
195 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 354-a:1 Trade And Commerce State Commission For Human Rights Preventing discrimination based on marital status. marriage, marital status
196 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 354-a:5 Trade And Commerce State Commission For Human Rights Granting the Human Rights Commission the authority to study marital status discrimination, among other types of discrimination, and make recommendations. marriage, marital status
197 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 354-a:6 Trade And Commerce State Commission For Human Rights: Equal Employment Opportunity Declaring the opportunity to obtain employment without discrimination based on marital status, among other factors, to be a civil right. marriage, marital status
198 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 354-a:7 Trade And Commerce State Commission For Human Rights: Equal Employment Opportunity Defining "unlawful discriminatory practice" as discrimination in hiring/firing on the basis of marital status, among other factors. marriage, marital status
199 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 354-a:8 Trade And Commerce State Commission For Human Rights: Fair Housing Declaring the opportunity to obtain housing without discrimintaion based on marital status, among other factors, to be a civil right. marriage, marital status
200 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 354-a:10 Trade And Commerce State Commission For Human Rights: Fair Housing Declaring marital status discrimination, among other types of discrimination, in housing to be an unlawful discriminatory practice. marriage, marital status
201 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 354-a:16 Trade And Commerce State Commission For Human Rights: Public Accommodations Recognizing access to public accommodation without discrimination based on marital status, among other factors, to be a civil right. marriage, marital status
202 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 354-a:17 Trade And Commerce State Commission For Human Rights: Public Accommodations Declaring discrimination based on marital status, among other factors, in matters of public accommodation to be an unlawful discriminatory practice. marriage, marital status
203 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 354-a:25 Trade And Commerce State Commission For Human Rights: Miscellaneous Provisions Providing that nothing in the anti-discrimination statute be construed to undermine other state laws prohibiting discrimination based on marital status, among other factors. marital status
204 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 357-c:1 Trade And Commerce Regulation Of Business Practices Between Motor Vehicle Manufacturers, Distributors And Dealers Allowing the owner of a new motor vehicle dealership to designate an entitled family member (a spouse, child, grandchild, parent, etc.) to inherit the ownership through the owner's will or intestate upon the owner's death. spouse
205 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 357-c:7 Trade And Commerce Regulation Of Business Practices Between Motor Vehicle Manufacturers, Distributors And Dealers Providing that a transfer of ownership to a spouse or child does not constitute good cause for dealership termination unless the transfer of license is denied or the new owner is unable to license. spouse
206 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 358-c:3 Trade And Commerce Unfair, Deceptive Or Unreasonable Collection Practices Allowing a debt collector to contact a debtor's spouse if he/she can not find the debtor after 30 days. A debt collector may only contact the spouse once. spouse
207 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 363:12 Public Utilities The Public Utilities Commission: Appointment, Qualification, Etc. Obligating the Commissioner of the Public Utilities Commission to inform himself/herself about the personal financial interests of his spouse/minor children. spouse
208 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 382-a:3-403 Uniform Commercial Code Negotiable Instruments: Liability Of Parties Requiring, under the Uniform Commercial Code on Negotiable Instruments, two signatures when a husband and wife are both required to sign an instrument. husband, wife
209 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 382-a:9-102 Uniform Commercial Code Secured Transactions: General Provisions: Definitions, And General Concepts Including a relative by blood or marriage as a "person related to" for purposes of the secured transaction statute. marriage
210 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 384-d:4 Banks And Banking; Loan Associations; Credit Unions Trust Deposits In Banks Providing that trust deposit statutes (concerning the creation of a trust for two depositors) do not impair the rights of a surviving spouse for any such depositer. spouse
211 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 401-b:3 Insurance Insurance Holding Companies Providing that the filing requirements for changes in ownership of a domestic insurer do not apply to the acquisition of voting stock by spouses, issue, heirs, next of kin acquiring the security by gift, will, appointment, or intestate succession. next of kin
212 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 402:67 Insurance Insurance Companies And Agents: Firemen's Aid Authorizing expenditures from the Fireman's Fund to injured/disabled firemen and for relief of the dependent parents, surviving spouse or children of firemen killed in the line of duty. spouse
213 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 402:74 Insurance Insurance Companies And Agents: Miscellaneous Providing that the Commissioner cannot license insurance agents/companies that place insurance on their own property or property owned by their spouses. spouse
214 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 407-b:3 Insurance Group Marketing Of Motor Vehicle Insurance Group motor vehicle insurance that is offered to employees must restrict coverage only to vehicles that are owned by members of the group or their spouses/children. spouse
215 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 408:1 Insurance Life Insurance Providing that life insurance for the benefit of a married woman shall enure to her separate use and benefit. husband
216 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 408:15 Insurance Life Insurance: Group Life Insurance Providing that all group life insurance policies issued or delivered in this state may be extended to provide Group Life for an employee, another member of the group, his/her spouse, children or other dependents. spouse
217 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 408:16 Insurance Life Insurance: Group Life Insurance Requiring that any group life insurance that extends to the spouse, children, or other dependents of an employee provide continued coverage despite expiration by age if a dependent is mentally/physically incapable of earning a living. spouse
218 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 409:3 Insurance Standard Nonforfeiture Law For Life Insurance Providing that a family policy that insures an individual and his/her spouse until age 71 has a cash surrender value of no less than the value offered on the policy for the individual only and the value offered on the policy for the spouse. spouse
219 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 411-a:35 Insurance Regulation Of Investments Of Life Insurance Companies Prohibiting a life insurer from lending funds upon the security of a note from another director, officer, stockholder, or the spouse or child of any such individual. spouse
220 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 415:5 Insurance Accident And Health Insurance Requiring accident and sickness insurance issued in this state to cover the beneficiary and his/her husband/wife and any other person dependent upon the policy holder. husband, wife
221 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 415:6 Insurance Accident And Health Insurance Allowing an indemnity amount of up to $1,000 to be payable to a relative by blood or marriage if the insurer deems the person to be equitably entitled thereto and if the indemnity is otherwise payable to the insured's estate or a minor unable to give valid release. marriage
222 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 415:18 Insurance Accident And Health Insurance Providing that group/blanket insurance policies can include a provision that an indemnity amount (of up to $1,000) may be payable to a relative by blood or marriage if such person is deemed to be equitably entitled thereto and if the indemnity is otherwise payable to the estate or a minor without the authority to provide release. marriage
223 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 415:21 Insurance Accident And Health Insurance Allowing two or more insurers the right to join together to offer catastrophic loss insurance (protecting against major financial loss from accident or disease) to a resident and his/her spouse who are more than 65 years old. spouse
224 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 417-a:3 Insurance Refusal To Issue, Cancellation And Refusal To Renew Automobile Insurance Prohibiting insurers from canceling or failing to renew auto insurance because of the marital status of the person insured, among other factors. marital status
225 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 417-b:2 Insurance Cancellation, Refusal To Write, Refusal To Renew Certain Property And Liability Insurance Prohibiting property and liability insurers from canceling or failing to renew a policy based on marital status, among other factors. marital status
226 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 420-a:1 Insurance Health Service Corporations Defining "covered dependent" to include spouse, adult dependent, or child for purposes of health coverage. spouse
227 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 420-b:8 Insurance Health Maintenance Organizations A family unit is entitled only to a single evidence of coverage. family, dependent
228 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 420-c:5 Insurance Preferred Provider Agreements Prohibiting a health care insurer from discriminating on the basis of marital status, among other factors. marital status
229 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 420-d:12 Insurance Continuing Care Communities Requiring that a contract for continuing life care inform the resident of the entrance fee and periodic payment changes that may occur if the resident marries or his/her spouse joins him/her in residence. spouse
230 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 420-f:1 Insurance Delta Dental Plan Of New Hampshire, Inc. Defining "contract holder" to include employees, members, and their dependents. family, dependent
231 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 420-g:6 Insurance Portability, Availability, And Renewability Of Health Coverage Prohibiting a health carrier from denying eligibility to any employee or dependent on the basis of certain specified factors relating to health status. family, dependent
232 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 421-b:4 Securities Securities: Fraudulent And Other Prohibited Practices Permitting an investment advisor to receive compensation on the basis of percent capital gain or appreciation so long as: (i) $750,000 is under his/her management; (ii) the investor and his/her spouse have a net worth of at least $1.5 million; or (iii) the investor is an employee or officer of the advisor. spouse
233 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 422:37 Aeronautics New Hampshire Aeronautics Act: Skyhaven Airport Providing that membership in the commission responsible for the oversight of Skyhaven Airport exclude persons having a financial interest in the airport or the spouse of such a person. spouse
234 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 456:7 Notaries, Commissioners, Justices Of The Peace, And Acknowledgments Uniform Acknowledgment Act Providing that married women may acknowledge instruments as if they were unmarried. married
235 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:1 Domestic Relations Marriages: Relationship Setting specified marriage prohibitions on men due to consanguinity or gender. marriage
236 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:2 Domestic Relations Marriages: Relationship Setting specified marriage prohibitions on women due to consanguinity or gender. marriage
237 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:3 Domestic Relations Marriages: Relationship Refusing recognition of marriages within the prohibited consanguinity/gender restrictions even where marriages have been legally contracted elsewhere by non-domiciles. marriage
238 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:4 Domestic Relations Marriages: Age Precluding and voiding marriages by underage persons. marriage
239 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:5 Domestic Relations Marriages: Age Providing the age of consent and the process for the annullment of underage marriages. marriage
240 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:6 Domestic Relations Marriages: Age Allowing the parents or guardians of minors to consent to the marriage of minors who are between the minimum age and the age of consent. marriage
241 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:8 Domestic Relations Marriages: Age Prohibiting the issuance of a marriage license to a person under the age of consent unless the consent of his/her parent/guardian is obtained. marriage
242 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:9 Domestic Relations Marriages: Age Making the violation of 8 (facilitating an underage wedding) a misdemeanor. marriage
243 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:23 Domestic Relations Marriages: Documentation Of Marriages Setting the requirements for the proof of qualification that needs to be provided to the town or city clerk by the applicants for a marriage license. marriage
244 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:24 Domestic Relations Marriages: Documentation Of Marriages Providing that town or city clerks who violate the proof requirements under 457:23 are fined $60 for each offense. marriage
245 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:26 Domestic Relations Marriages: Documentation Of Marriages Setting forth the town clerk's obligation to provide a license capturing the data from the marriage application and a window of validity for the license (3-90 days). marriage
246 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:27 Domestic Relations Marriages: Documentation Of Marriages Governing the process for shortening the 3-day minimum waiting period for a license (not available to non-residents). marriage
247 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:28 Domestic Relations Marriages: Documentation Of Marriages Stating that the procedure for shortening the window for the license is same as the procedure for obtaining an age variance ( 457:7). marriage
248 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:28-a Domestic Relations Marriages: Documentation Of Marriages Regarding the list of family planning services and other agencies that are provided along with a marriage certificate. marriage
249 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:28-b Domestic Relations Marriages: Documentation Of Marriages Granting the clerk of the superior court and the register of probate permission to destroy applications for age or time variances after five years. marriage
250 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:29 Domestic Relations Marriages: Documentation Of Marriages Setting the marriage license fee. marriage
251 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:31 Domestic Relations Marriages: Solemnization Of Marriage Listing the types of persons who can solemnize marriages. marriage
252 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:31-a Domestic Relations Marriages: Solemnization Of Marriage Setting the fee and process for a clergyperson to obtain a license to solemnize marriages. marriage
253 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:32-a Domestic Relations Marriages: Solemnization Of Marriage Setting the process for special federal judges to obtain a special commission to solemnize marriages. marriage
254 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:33 Domestic Relations Marriages: Solemnization Of Marriage Setting the minimum fee a couple must pay a minister/justice of peace. marriage
255 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:34 Domestic Relations Marriages: Solemnization Of Marriage Penalizing a minister/justice of the peace who allows two persons to marry without first having received a certificate from the town clerk (or despite knowledge that the certificate is invalid) $60. marriage
256 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:35 Domestic Relations Marriages: Solemnization Of Marriage Making it a misdemeanor to marry anyone without having the authority to solemnize marriages. marriage
257 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:36 Domestic Relations Marriages: Solemnization Of Marriage Having a faulty officiate (an officiate without the proper authority) does not void a marriage if the marriage is otherwise lawful and either party consummated the marriage with belief of its validity. marriage
258 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:37 Domestic Relations Marriages: Solemnization Of Marriage Ensuring that rabbis and Quaker friends can obtain the authority to solemnize marriages. marriage
259 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:39 Domestic Relations Marriages: Proof Of Marriage Allowing the common law marriage of persons cohabitating as husband and wife for at least three years, only upon the death of one of the partners. husband, wife
260 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:40 Domestic Relations Marriages: Proof Of Marriage Evidence of acknowledgment, cohabitation, and reputation is competent proof of marriage. marriage
261 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:41 Domestic Relations Marriages: Proof Of Marriage In actions for criminal conversation, and in indictments for adultery, bigamy, and the like, there must be proof of marriage in fact. marriage
262 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:42 Domestic Relations Marriages: Legitimation Of Children Legitimizing a child born before marriage where his/her parents subsequently marry and recognize the child as their own. marriage
263 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:43 Domestic Relations Marriages: Uniform Marriage Recognition Law If any person residing and intending to continue to reside in this state is prohibited from contracting a marriage under the laws of this state and goes into another jurisdiction and there contracts a marriage prohibited and declared void for all purposes in this state, it will be treated as though the marriage is prohibited in the entered-into state. marriage
264 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 457:44 Domestic Relations Marriages: Uniform Marriage Recognition Law Non-residents may not enter New Hampshire to marry if their marriage would be void if it were contracted in their home state. marriage
265 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:1 Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce and Separation: Void Marriages Voiding marriages in violation of consanguinity/affiliation restrictions and New Hampshire marriages where one party is known to be still married. husband, wife
266 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:2 Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce, and Separation: Void Marriages Establishing the right to file libel to clarify doubt as to the validity of one's marriage. marriage
267 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:3 Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce, and Separation: Void Marriages The Court has jurisdiction to annul marriages, even for non-residents. marriage
268 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:7 Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce and Separation: Causes For Divorce Setting the grounds for absolute divorce. husband, wife
269 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:7-a Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce and Separation: Causes For Divorce No-fault divorce statute for irreconcilable differences. marriage
270 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:7-b Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce and Separation: Causes For Divorce Requiring the Court to refer a couple to counseling if there is a likelihood of rehabilitation. Establishing the right of a couple to request a stay and a counseling referral. marriage
271 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:12 Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce and Separation: Procedure The insanity of a spouse at time of his/her divorce does not relieve the sane spouse from any support obligation imposed by law. marriage
272 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:13 Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce and Separation: Procedure For purposes of divorce, competent evidence of marriage may be the defendant's admission, general repute, the fact of cohabitation or any other circumstantial or presumptve evidence. marriage
273 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:16-a Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce And Separation: Alimony, Allowances, Custody, Etc. Allowing the Divorce Court to equitably divide property upon divorce. marriage
274 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:17-a Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce And Separation: Alimony, Allowances, Custody, Etc. Allowing a guardian ad litem to represent the children of a marriage in divorce proceedings. marriage
275 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:17-c Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce And Separation: Alimony, Allowances, Custody, Etc. Upon the incapacitation of a custodial parent, the spouse of the parent has the authority to authorize emergency medical treatment for the child in the event that consent is needed and another custodial parent cannot be located. spouse
276 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:18-a Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce And Separation: Alimony, Allowances, Custody, Etc. Providing that a member, his/her ex-spouse, or both pay the premium required by an insurer on a group insurance plan to provide coverage to an ex-spouse. spouse
277 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:19 Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce And Separation: Alimony, Allowances, Custody, Etc. Granting the court the authority to provide temporary or permanent alimony orders. marriage
278 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:19-a Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce And Separation: Alimony, Allowances, Custody, Etc. Granting jurisdiction to the Superior Court to issue orders regarding alimony to a couple that has divorced elsewhere (subject to 546-b). husband, wife
279 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:21 Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce And Separation: Alimony, Allowances, Custody, Etc. Authorizing the court to require security to ensure payments of alimony/an allowance for a spouse/children. spouse, wife
280 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:23 Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce And Separation: Alimony, Allowances, Custody, Etc. Providing that the Divorce Decree ordinarily does not affect the legitimacy of the children. marriage
281 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:24 Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce And Separation: Change Of Name Authorizing the court to restore the former "maiden" name of a spouse upon action for annulment or divorce. spouse, wife
282 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:27 Domestic Relations Annullment, Divorce And Separation: Limited Divorces Establishing the procedure for legal separation actions and providing that a wife may not be restored to her former name in such actions. wife
283 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:31 Domestic Relations Annullment, Divorce And Separation: Orders For Support, Etc. Providing that the court may enter an order requiring support for a spouse where the spouses are unjustifiably or intentionally living apart. spouse
284 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:35 Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce And Separation: Orders For Support, Etc. Granting the court the right to order custody and maintance of the children when a husband and wife live apart. husband, wife
285 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458:35-c Domestic Relations Annulment, Divorce And Separation: Orders For Support, Etc. Providing that child support orders expire, unless otherwise provided, when a child gets married, joins the armed forces, turns 18 or finishes high school. married
286 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458-a:2 Domestic Relations Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act Providing that annulment or divorce actions are "custody proceedings." marriage
287 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458-a:7 Domestic Relations Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act The court can decline to exercise jurisdiction to make or modify a child custody decree if another forum is more appropriate, even if the court is retaining jurisdiction over a matrimonial action. marriage
288 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458-a:9 Domestic Relations Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act Waiving the child custody pleading requirements in matrimonial actions unless and/or until custody is contested. marriage
289 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458-b:1 Domestic Relations Income Assignment Providing that a spousal support order constitutes a "legal order of support" for purposes of the income assignment statute. Excluding a married person from the definition of "dependent child" for the wage assignment statute. spouse, married
290 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458-c:2 Domestic Relations Child Support Guidelines Providing that income from the spouse of a parent is not considered in determining gross income for child support unless the parent becomes unemployed or underemployed. spouse
291 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 458-d:1 Domestic Relations Child Custody And Support Impact Seminars Authorizing a four-hour class for married and unmarried parents in custody disputes/litigation. married
292 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 459:1 Domestic Relations Uniform Divorce Recognition Law Declaring out-of-state divorces void if the parties are domiciled in New Hampshire at the time of divorce. marriage
293 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:1 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Property Rights And Liabilities Abolishing coverture; allowing a wife to own property separate from her husband. husband, wife
294 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:2 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Property Rights And Liabilities Married women have the right to own property, contract, sue and be sued as if they were not married. married, spouse
295 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:2-a Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Property Rights And Liabilities Allowing pre-nuptial agreements to a man and woman in contemplation of marriage. husband, wife, marriage
296 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:3 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Property Rights And Liabilities Absolving a husband of the obligation to pay for his wife's pre-marriage debts. husband, wife
297 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:4 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Property Rights And Liabilities Granting married women the right to convey their own real estate, as long as they are of the age of majority. married, spouse
298 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:5 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Property Rights And Liabilities Allowing husband and wife to convey real estate directly without requirement of third party husband, wife
299 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:6 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Property Rights And Liabilities Granting a spouse the right to convey the real estate of his/her insane spouse upon petition to the Probate Court, so long as the insanity has continued for one year. married, spouse
300 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:7 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Property Rights And Liabilities Establishing the procedure for obtaining the right to convey property owned jointly with an insane/incompetent spouse. (See 460:6 regarding the right of conveyance.) husband, wife
301 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:8 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Property Rights And Liabilities Granting an innocent spouse (i.e. a spouse who did not cause the grounds for divorce) the right to convey real estate upon petition to the Probate Court. married, spouse
302 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:9 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Property Rights And Liabilities Establishing the procedure for a license to convey real estate where one spouse has been guilty of conduct which gives rise to a divorce. Conveyance would be a bar to the spouse's right of homestead. (See 460:8 regarding the conveyance of homestead.) husband, wife
303 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:11 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Property Rights And Liabilities Preventing a husband or wife from conveying, leasing, or mortgaging household goods unless the transaction is put in writing and signed by both. husband, wife
304 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:12 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Rights Of Resident Wife Of A Non-Resident Granting a resident wife the right to convey real and personal estate as if she were unmarried so long as she is separate from her husband for 6 months and the husband is a foreigner or resides in another state (parallel to husbands' rights in 460:17). husband, wife
305 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:13 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Rights Of Resident Wife Of A Non-Resident Where a formerly absent, non-resident husband resides with his wife in-state despite a prior separation of a least 6 months, they are deemed to be married as if by solemnization in New Hampshire (parallel to 460:18). husband, wife
306 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:14 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Rights Of Resident Wife Of A Non-Resident Granting the wife the right to custody, guardianship, and earnings of children residing with her, if her husband obtains an out-of-state divorce or the wife obtains a divorce while separated from her husband (parallel to 460:19). husband, wife
307 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:15 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Rights Of Resident Wife Of A Non-Resident Granting the wife the right to custody of minor children and prohibiting the child's removal from the state without the mother's consent (parallel to 460:20). husband, wife
308 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:16 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Rights Of Resident Wife Of A Non-Resident Establishing the right to obtain guardian appointment for a child and preventing the father from removing the child from the state without consent (statute refers to the mother and father, not wife, aside from title) (parallel to 460:21). husband, wife
309 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:17 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Rights Of Resident Husband Of A Non-Resident Granting a resident husband the right to convey real and personal estate as if not married so long as he is separate from his wife for 6 months and his wife is a foreigner or resides in another state (parallel to wife's rights in 460:12). husband, wife
310 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:18 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Rights Of Resident Husband Of A Non-Resident Where a formerly absent, non-resident wife resides with her husband in state, despite a prior separation of at least 6 months, they are deemed to be married as if their co-habitation had been solemnized (parallel to 460:13). husband, wife
311 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:19 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Rights Of Resident Husband Of A Non-Resident Granting a husband the right to custody, guardianship, and earnings of children residing with him, if his non-resident wife obtains an out-of-state divorce or the husband obtains a divorce during separation (parallel to 460:14). husband, wife
312 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:20 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Rights Of Resident Husband Of A Non-Resident Granting a resident husband the right to custody of minor children over his non-resident wife and prohibiting the child's removal from state without the father's consent (parallel to 460:15). husband, wife
313 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:21 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Rights Of Resident Husband Of A Non-Resident Granting a resident father the right to obtain a guardian for his child and preventing the mother from removing the child from the state without his consent (parallel to 460:16). husband, wife
314 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:21-a Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Family Planning Forbidding health care facilities from using marital status as a nonmedical qualification for sterilization procedures. husband, wife
315 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 460:29 Domestic Relations Husband And Wife: Legitimation Of Children Provision governing petition to legitimate a child and setting forth the effect of legitimation. father, mother
316 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 463:5 Guardians And Conservators Guardianship Of Minors And Estates Of Minors Providing for the appointment of guardians for minor children in probate proceedings and requiring disclosure of pending marriage dissolution proceedings, if any. marriage
317 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 463:12 Guardians And Conservators Guardianship Of Minors And Estates Of Minors Granting guardians the authority to consent to a minor's marriage or adoption. marriage
318 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 463-a:1 Guardians And Conservators Uniform Transfers To Minors Act Defining "member of minor's family" to include a spouse for the purpose of a transfer act. spouse
319 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 464-a:4 Guardians And Conservators Guardians And Conservators Requiring that a petitioner for guardianship include, among others, the name and address of the spouse. spouse
320 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 464-a:17 Guardians And Conservators Guardians And Conservators Providing that heirs and the next of kin of an absentee real estate owner receive notice in connection with any action to appoint a conservator to take charge of the absentee's estate. next of kin
321 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 464-a:20 Guardians And Conservators Guardians And Conservators Authorizing a spouse or next of kin to bring an action to obtain the authority to act with respect to a particular item or a portion of the absentee's property. next of kin
322 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 464-a:26 Guardians And Conservators Guardians And Conservators Setting forth the general powers and duties of a guardian of an estate, including the right to seek approval to pay any room and board provided to a ward by a guardian or a spouse/parent/child upon court approval and notice to the next of kin. next of kin
323 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 464-a:30 Guardians And Conservators Guardians And Conservators Granting a husband or wife the right to convey the property of his/her spouse with the spouse's guardian. husband, wife
324 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 464-a:31 Guardians And Conservators Guardians And Conservators (Where both spouses are under guardianship.) Allowing one guardian of a spouse to join in the sale of the ward's interest without a license if the guardian for the other spouse has already obtained a license to sell from a probate court. married, spouse
325 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 464-a:33 Guardians And Conservators Guardians And Conservators Authorizing the judge to permit a guardian to purchase homestead for ward after notice to ward, spouse, and heirs at law. spouse
326 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 465:12 Guardians And Conservators Guardianship Of Incompetent Veterans, Etc. Preventing a guardian for an incompetent veteran from using any of the veteran's estate for the support and maintenance of any person besides the ward, spouse, and children, except upon court order. spouse
327 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 477:27 Conveyances And Mortgages Of Realty Conveyances Of Realty And Interests Therein: Forms Of Deeds And Mortgages Specifying the consent of a husband or wife in the form of a warranty deed for conveyance. husband, wife
328 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 477:28 Conveyances And Mortgages Of Realty Conveyances Of Realty And Interests Therein: Forms Of Deeds And Mortgages Specifying the consent of a husband or wife in the form of a quitclaim deed for conveyance. husband, wife
329 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 477:29 Conveyances And Mortgages Of Realty Conveyances Of Realty And Interests Therein: Forms Of Deeds And Mortgages Specifying the consent of a husband or wife in a form for a mortgage sale. husband, wife
330 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 477:44 Conveyances And Mortgages Of Realty Conveyances Of Realty And Interests Therein: Buildings On Land Of Another Specifying the consent of a husband or wife in a form for a manufactured housing warranty deed. husband, wife
331 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 480:3-a Homesteads The Homestead Right Granting a husband and wife the right to occupy the homestead even upon spouse's death. husband, wife
332 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 480:5-a Homesteads The Homestead Right Forbidding any deed from conveying a homestead right (except a mortgage) unless it is executed by the husband or wife of the owner, if any. husband, wife
333 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 480:6-a Homesteads The Homestead Right Ensuring that the surviving husband or wife maintain their homestead right even if the homestead is devised. husband, wife
334 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 480:8-a Homesteads The Homestead Right Granting the court the power to appoint an appraiser and to set-off a homestead right upon a petition by the owner and the husband/wife, or by a judgment creditor. husband, wife
335 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 491:7 Courts Superior Court Granting the Superior Court jurisdiction over divorce, marriage, custody and support. husband, wife
336 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 491:14 Courts Superior Court Granting equity power to the court for purposes of divorce, marriage, custody and support. husband, wife
337 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 506:2 Actions, Process, And Service Of Process Prevention Of Frauds And Perjuries Statute of Frauds applies to agreements made in consideration of marriage. marriage
338 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 507:8-a Actions, Process, And Service Of Process Actions: Other Actions And Limitations On Liability Granting loss of consortium rights to the husband/wife. husband, wife
339 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 512:21 Actions, Process, And Service Of Process Trustee Process: Exemption From Trustee Process Exempting wages for the personal services and earnings of the wife from the trustee process. husband, wife
340 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 522:5 Proceedings In Court Blood Test To Determine Paternity If a court determines that the husband is not the father of a child born during wedlock, the presumption of legitimacy is overcome. husband
341 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 529:20-a Executions, Levies, Bail, And The Relief Of Poor Debtors Levy Of Executions On Real Estate: Levy by Sale Acknowledging a homestead exemption of $30,000 for a single person and $60,000 for a married couple. spouse
342 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 529:20-a Executions, Levies, Bail, And The Relief Of Poor Debtors Levy Of Executions On Real Estate: Levy by Sale Providing a notice of homestead right to the resident and his/her spouse where real estate is sought to be taken on execution. married, spouse
343 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 529:25-a Executions, Levies, Bail, And The Relief Of Poor Debtors Levy Of Executions On Real Estate: Levy by Sale Setting the procedure for the sale of real estate where a debtor or spouse claims homestead right: (1) the sheriff can't sell for less than the homestead exemption claimed; and (2) if the full amount of the homestead is not made to the debtor or the spouse within 10 days of the redemption period, the sale is void. spouse
344 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 545-a:1 Proceedings In Special Cases Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act Defining "relative" to be persons related by blood or marriage to the third degree of consanguinity. spouse
345 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 546-a:2 Proceedings In Special Cases Uniform Civil Liability For Support Imposing Duty of Support for a husband/wife, children, or parents when in need. husband, wife
346 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 546-a:9 Proceedings In Special Cases Uniform Civil Liability For Support Rendering the husband/wife privilege inapplicable under the Uniform Civil Liability for Support Act. husband, wife
347 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 546-b:1 Proceedings In Special Cases Uniform Interstate Family Support Act Defining duty of support to include spousal support. spouse
348 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 546-b:27 Proceedings In Special Cases Uniform Interstate Family Support Act: Civil Provisions Of General Application Rendering husband/wife immunity inapplicable under Support Act. husband, wife
349 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 547:3 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Judges Of Probate And Their Jurisdiction: Jurisdiction Setting the jurisdiction of the probate court to include actions to waive age requirements for marriage. marriage
350 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 551:1 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Wills Allowing married persons under 18 to devise their property by will. married
351 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 551:2-a Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Wills Statements of witnesses for self-proving wills must acknowledge testator to be 18, or, if less, married. unmarried
352 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 551:3 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Wills Requiring 2 witnesses (other than spouse) to the will if the will grants something to spouse. husband, wife
353 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 552:5-a Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Probate Of Wills Requiring the executor to provide the probate court with the names and addresses of the surviving spouse and of known heirs at law. spouse
354 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 552:15 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Probate Of Wills Requiring the Executor to notify legatees, the surviving spouse, and the heirs at law that the will has been proved. spouse
355 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 552:16 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Probate Of Wills Setting forth service requirements for a notice to legatees, spouse, and heirs. spouse
356 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 553:2 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Administrators And Their Appointment Granting a surviving spouse or any of the next of kin (or their nominee) the right to administer the estate. The right is also granted to the executor named in the will, creditors, devisees, or other persons who are thought appropriate by the judge. next of kin
357 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 553:9 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Administrators And Their Appointment Allowing a woman to remain an executrix/administratrix even after marriage. marriage
358 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 553:12-a Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Administrators And Their Appointment Allowing a person to nominate in his/her will a spouse or lineal descendant to represent the interests of persons unborn or unascertained, subject to judicial review. spouse
359 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 553:32 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Administrators And Their Appointment Allowing the fiduciary of an estate the right to waive the estate administration requirements of inventory, bond, and an accounting where the fiduciary dies: (1) testate and only names his/her spouse or child sole beneficiary; or (2) intestate and his/her spouse or child is the sole heir to the estate and such beneficiary is appointed as the fiduciary. spouse
360 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 554:4 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Inventory, Accounts, And Dealing With Assets Excluding the clothing and ornaments of the widow, and the clothing, Bibles and school books of the children from the husband's estate. Such items cannot be bequested by the husband. husband
361 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 554:5 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Inventory, Accounts, And Dealing With Assets Exempting personal property (of sentimental value) from the inventory requirement in probate and automatically giving the same to the surviving spouse, if any, then to the children. husband, wife
362 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 554:19 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Inventory, Accounts, And Dealing With Assets Priority of charges to the estate places reasonable allowance to the spouse third behind the expenses of the estate and funeral/burial expenses, and ahead of debts, child support, government reimbursement or legatees. spouse
363 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 556:12 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Suits By And Against Administrators Granting a surviving spouse the right to recover for loss of the comfort, society and companionship of the deceased to a maximum of $150,000 (subject to dimunition if cause or partial cause of death). The right is also granted to children and parents of the deceased. spouse
364 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 559:5 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates License To Sell Real Estate Permitting a judge to sell real estate for the payment of a debt with the assent of the surviving spouse or, if none exists, the assent of the guardian of any minor children. husband
365 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 560:1 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Rights Of Surviving Spouse: Allowance To Widow Upon her husband's death, a widow has the right to a reasonable allowance for present support, which, upon distribution, shall be considered all or part of her distributive share (when electing to take 1/3 or 1/2 of the real estate). spouse
366 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 560:2 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Rights Of Surviving Spouse: Allowance To Widow Granting a widow the right to stay in her husband's house for 40 days after his death without rent and allowing her to take reasonable sustenance from the estate. husband
367 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 560:3 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Rights Of Surviving Spouse: Dower And Curtesy Abolishing dower and curtesy. husband, wife
368 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 560:10 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Rights Of Surviving Spouse: Shares Of Real And Personal Estate Granting a surviving spouse the right to a statutory distribution of his/her spouse's estate if the surviving spouse waives his/her homestead right and a will in his/her favor. The surviving spouse gets: (I) If there are children, 1/3 of personalty and real estate; (II) If there are no children (but surviving parents or siblings), $10,000 in personalty, $10,000 in real estate, and 50% of the remainder of each (if the surviving spouse's share of the real estate is equal to less than $10,000, the spouse gets the whole remainder); (III) If there are no children and no surviving parents or siblings, the surviving spouse gets $10,000 plus $2,000 for each year of marriage and 50% of the remainder of each; (IV) The rest passes according to the will, except the surviving spouse takes nothing thereunder. husband, wife
369 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 560:15 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Rights Of Surviving Spouse: Settlements Providing that a pre-nuptial agreement is enforceable and preventing the wife from receiving any rights inconsistent with the agreement. husband, wife
370 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 560:16 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Rights Of Surviving Spouse: Settlements Providing that a pre-nuptial agreement is enforceable and preventing the husband from any rights inconsistent with the agreement. husband, wife
371 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 560:17 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Rights Of Surviving Spouse: Miscellaneous Provisions Providing that every devise or bequest between spouses is in lieu of rights by law in the estate unless contrary to their intentions. husband, wife
372 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 560:18 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Rights Of Surviving Spouse: Miscellaneous Provisions Preventing a husband from any interest in his wife's estate if he abandoned her for the three years preceding her death, except as by will. husband, wife
373 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 560:19 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Rights Of Surviving Spouse: Miscellaneous Provisions Preventing a husband/wife from any interest in his/her spouse's estate if the surviving husband/wife was separated and provided grounds for divorce, except as by will. husband, wife
374 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 560:20 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Rights Of Surviving Spouse: Miscellaneous Provisions Wages due to the deceased may be paid to the surviving spouse without the necessity of the administration of his estate. spouse
375 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 561:4 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Descent, Distribution, And Advancements Providing inheritance rights to children born of unwed parents. husband, wife
376 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 564-a:3 Probate Courts And Decedents' Esatates Uniform Trustees' Powers Act Limiting the powers conferred upon trustees unless they are contrary to the express terms of the trust; exempting from these statutory limitations trustees who are a decedent's or settlor's spouse and act as a trustee of a testementary or inter vivos trust for which a marital deduction has been allowed. spouse
377 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 571-c:1 Public Justice Responsibility To Minors Providing that married minors and those over 17 may give blood without parental consent. married
378 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 611:14 Proceedings In Criminal Cases Medical Examiners Requiring the medical examiner to deliver the body upon completion of the examination to the husband or wife, next of kin, or any friend of the deceased. husband, wife
379 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 611:16 Proceedings In Criminal Cases Medical Examiners Provides that money and personal property found on the deceased shall be released with the body to the next of kin unless it is to be held as evidence. next of kin
380 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 611:20 Proceedings In Criminal Cases Medical Examiners: Missing Persons Providing that law enforcement officers investigating a missing person's whereabouts for more than 30 days shall request from the family or next of kin written consent to obtain dental records. next of kin
381 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 611-a:8 Proceedings In Criminal Cases Office Of Chief Medical Examiner Autopsy reports may not be released without the authorization of the next of kin. next of kin
382 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 622:7-a Correction And Punishment The State Prisons: General Provisions Granting any interest on prisoner accounts (established for the benefit of the prisoners and their families or dependent relatives) to the commissioner for general use. family, dependent
383 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 622:31 Correction And Punishment The State Prisons: Prison Labor And Its Products Providing that accounts containing a prisoner's earnings may be used for the benefit of the prisoner, his/her family or dependent relatives, as prescribed by the commissioner. family, dependent
384 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 622:55 Correction And Punishment The State Prisons: Reimbursement Of Cost Of Care By Inmates When seeking the assets of a prisoner's estate to pay the cost of his/her incarceration, the judge must make allowances for victim restitution and maintenance and support obligations for the spouse and dependents. spouse
385 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 623-b:3 Correction And Punishment Inmate Litigation Providing that an inmate may be excused from the prepayment of fees and costs of filing a civil suit upon full disclosure of his/her inability to pay (including disclosure of his/her spouse's income, if available). spouse
386 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 632-a:1 Criminal Code Sexual Assault And Related Offenses Defining "affinity" for the sexual assault statute as "a relation which one spouse because of marriage has to blood relatives of the other spouse." spouse
387 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 632-a:2 Criminal Code Sexual Assault And Related Offenses Exempting married spouses from the sexual assault statute criminalizing sex with someone known to be "mentally defective." married, spouse
388 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 632-a:5 Criminal Code Sexual Assault And Related Offenses Rendering the husband and wife privilege inapplicable to proceedings for criminal sexual assault and related offenses. husband, wife
389 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 633:3-a Criminal Code Interference With Freedom Defining "immediate family" for purposes of stalking statute to include: spouse, person residing in the household with the target, or any person involved in an intimate relationship with the target. spouse
390 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 639:1 Criminal Code Offenses Against The Family Defining "bigamy." spouse
391 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 639:2 Criminal Code Offenses Against The Family Defining "incest." married
392 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 639:4 Criminal Code Offenses Against The Family Criminalizing failure to provide support obligated by law when funds are available to provide for a spouse, child, or other dependent. The fine is applied to the support. spouse
393 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 645:3 Criminal Code Public Indecency Criminalizing adultery for both the married person and the unmarried participant. married, spouse
394 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 651:4-a Criminal Code Sentences: General Provisions Granting a victim or a victim's next of kin the opportunity to address the judge before sentencing for a violent crime. Includes the right to express views regarding: the offense, the person responsible, and need for restitution (may be considered by the judge for sentencing). next of kin
395 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 651:62 Criminal Code Sentences: Restitution If a victim dies, reasonable charges for sentencing include mental health services for the victim's spouse and family. spouse
396 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 651-a:11 Criminal Code Parole Of Prisoners Granting the next of kin the right to have a minimum of 15 days prior notice of a parole hearing if the victim of person seeking parole dies. next of kin
397 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 651-a:11-a Criminal Code Parole Of Prisoners If the victim of a person seeking parole dies, the next of kin of the victim has the right to appear at the parole hearing and express his/her views concerning the offense and the person responsible. next of kin
398 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 654:4 Elections Voters And Checklists Eligibility Allowing the spouse of a qualified absentee voter the right to vote absentee. spouse
399 N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. 657:4 Elections Absentee Voting Application Application form for an Armed Services Voter. spouse