I am a sole practitioner at Racine Law Office, PLLC, a general practice law firm in Hillsboro. I am experienced in Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy, Family Law, Annulments of Criminal Records, Domestic Violence and Restraining Orders, Real Estate Transactions, Landlord/Tenant actions, Small Claims, and general Civil Litigation.

I was drawn to the law due to my sense of equality and fairness. I earned my law degree from Vermont Law School, graduating Cum Laude and was recognized for my written and oral persuasive abilities. I am down to earth and highly competitive. My strong work ethic means I will always be prepared. My compassion for my clients means I care.

My approach to reaching solutions is based on your desires. My job is to inform you about your options and their implications. Your job is to tell me how best to serve you. I listen. I work. We communicate to get the job done.

Please consider me for your legal needs.

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Michael Racine, Attorney at Law, PLLC
The Concord Center
10 Ferry Street, Suite 309A
Concord, NH 03301
Telephone (603) 230-2408
Fax (855) 620-0577
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From our law office in Concord, New Hampshire, bankruptcy attorney Michael Racine serves clients across New Hampshire, in Belknap County, Carroll County, Cheshire County, Coos County, Grafton County, Hillsborough County, Merrimack County, Rockingham County, Stafford County, and Sullivan County and communities such as Littleton, Lebanon, Hanover, Claremont, Keene, Manchester, Nashua, Derry, Exeter, Portsmouth, Dover, Rochester, Concord, Franklin, Laconia, Wolfeboro, and Berlin.

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