Law Offices of Ellen M. Joseph

Ellen M. Joseph

Best Lawyers of America
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Super Lawyers
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New Hampshire Magazine Top Lawyers
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Attorney Profile

For over 20 years, Ellen Joseph has represented hundreds of individuals facing a variety of domestic relations issues in the State of New Hampshire.   Ellen began her legal career at Wiggin & Nourie, P.A. in 1991 after graduating from Suffolk Law School.  In 2012 following the dissolution of Wiggin & Nourie, P.A., Ellen opened her own law office in downtown Manchester.

Ellen provides legal representation throughout the entire State of New Hampshire before marital masters and superior court justices.  Her services range from helping people navigate through the court system with “unbundled” legal services to full-service representation.  She has handled cases involving business valuation matters, delicate parenting issues, and other financial disputes between parties.

Ellen’s exclusive practice in matrimonial law has enabled her to provide practical and complex legal advice to many people.  Ellen understands the financial and emotional impact of divorce upon adults and children alike, and she offers a compassionate, practical approach to all of her clients regardless of their predicament.

  • Mediation

    Ellen is also a certified Rule 170 mediator for the Superior Courts throughout the State of New Hampshire and regularly serves as a private mediator for divorcing couples.

Practice Areas

• All divorce matters

• Post-divorce matters

• Parental rights and responsibilities

• Child support

• Alimony

• Grandparents’ visitation

• Relocation

• Paternity

• Domestic Violence Petitions


Ellen has lectured on family law issues for the National Business Institute, the Franklin Pierce Law Center, and the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association.

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