Attorneys

Attorney William H. Barry, III

William H. Barry III - NH AttorneyBiography

William Barry is a third-generation Nashua native who concentrates his practice on civil and criminal litigation, estate planning, formation of corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies, small business representation, real estate law, worker’s compensation law, and commercial documentation and disputes.  Bill’s experience includes substantial representation of clients as plaintiffs and defendants before several of the District Courts and Superior Courts throughout the State of New Hampshire and Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Admissions:

  • New Hampshire Bar Association
  • Massachusetts Bar Association

Representative Cases:

Volunteer Activities:

  • Member and past President, Rotary Club of Nashua
  • Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter President
  • Trustee of the Southern New Hampshire Medical Center
  • Commissioner of the Nashua Police Department
  • Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce Board Member
  • Nashua Senior Center Board
  • Nashua North Youth Baseball Board
  • Coached numerous local youth sports teams

 

Attorney Helen G. Honorow

Helen G. Honorow - New Hampshire AttorneyBiography

For over 25 years, Helen Honorow has concentrated her practice on family law related legal matters including divorce, parenting schedules, child support, alimony, prenuptial agreements, and guardianship matters. She also advocates for natural health and is always providing lots of useful tips on natural health solutions for many common ailments. If you would like to look into this topic yourself you can find more information here.

Admissions:

  • New Hampshire Bar Association
  • Nashua Bar Association
  • New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association
  • Illinois Bar Association
  • American Bar Association

Certifications:

  • Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire

Representative Cases:

  • Restored grandparental rights for grandparents where the grandchildren’s parent was deceased.
  • Prevailed in an Ex-Parte Petition seeking to move adult handicapped child to another state and won joint guardianship of adult handicapped child.
  • Father awarded 50/50 parenting for children whose mother was a full time stay-at-home parent.
  • Successfully prevailed before the New Hampshire Supreme Court in representing her client’s voluntary unemployment income should be imputed at what this current earning capacity would be, not his previous employment earnings.

Current Volunteer Activities:

  • Member and past President, Rotary Club of Nashua West
  • Chair, Community Projects Committee
  • Board of Directors, Southern NH FINS
  • Board of Trustees, INSPIRE

Current Civic Activities:

  • Member, NH State Board of Education
  • Member, Executive Planning Commission of Special Education
  • Executive Planning Commission on Special Education

Past Volunteer Activities:

  • Board of Directors, AIDS Task Force;
  • Board of Directors, Big Brothers/Big Sisters
  • Board of Directors, Girl’s Inc.
  • Board of Directors, Nashua Pastoral Care Center
  • Member, Nashua Child Care Advisory Commission
  • Marital Mediation Certification Board