In Collaborative Practice, the divorce is looked at as a problem to be solved rather than a war to be waged.
Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire (CLANH) is a New Hampshire voluntary corporation, tax exempt under IRC 501(c) 6, which is governed by a board of directors. CLANH was formed by a handful of members of the New Hampshire Bar who had too often seen the damage done to families embroiled in the litigation process, and who rejoiced to learn of an alternative originated by Stu Webb in Minnesota.
In the last decade, we have trained over 100 lawyers and other professionals to resolve disputes collaboratively. In 2010, we expanded to include mental health professionals and financial planners in our membership. Representatives from almost all of the largest law firms in NH are among our members. CLANH is a member organization of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and is proud to be a part of furthering that organization's goal, Resolving Disputes Respectfully.
CLANH member since: 2011
- International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) Member
- Attended the IACP conference in Chicago in 2012
- Nashua Practice Group Member
- CLANH Marketing Committee Past Co-Chair
- CLANH Blog and Newsletter
- CLANH Board Member Co-Chair
Kate is an attorney who puts collaborative law at the forefront of her family law practice. Her law firm is based in Nashua and she handles cases throughout the State.
CLANH member since: 2001
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) Member
Nashua Practice Group Member
CLANH Board Member
CLANH Membership Committee
Interdisciplinary collaborative training June 2010 and June 2013. Member of Seacoast Practice Group since 2010. Member of CLANH Board of Directors since 2012. Co-Chair of the Membership Education Committee. Member of the Membership Committee.
Chair, Member Education Committee
Secretary for CLANH Board of Directors
Member of the Membership Committee
Ann is a social worker with 41 years of experience working for agencies, a HMO and in private practice. She has experience in working with adults and adolescents, couples and trauma work. She is focused now on Collaborative Divorce and is an avid supporter of the collaborative process to assist divorcing couples with this very stressful experience. Member of Nashua Practice Group. Attended IACP Forums 2-day trainings 2016 and 2017.
Mike Bonacorsi is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ in Amherst NH. A member of the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire since 2013, active in the Nashua Practice Group and Member Ed Committee. He has served as a Board member since 2015.
CLANH member since: 2015
Anthony graduated from Merrimack College in 2012 with a double major in Political Science and Philosophy as well as a minor in Economics. Anthony graduated from UNH School of Law in 2015. While at UNH, Anthony had the privilege of participating in the prestigious Daniel Webster Scholars Honor Program. He also served as an officer on UNH Law Review.
Anthony is admitted to practice law in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts, as well as the U.S. District Court of New Hampshire. Anthony’s primary practice areas are Family Law and Education Law.
I am a New Hampshire native, working in Londonderry for my entire professional career. As a member of the NH bar since 1982, I have dedicated my practice to family law. As a member of CLANH since 2010, I have been pleased to be involved with over a dozen collaborative cases, and hope to focus my practice in that direction.