Michael J. Fontaine

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Mike joined Welts, White & Fontaine in 1985.  He is a director and shareholder of the firm.  For over almost 30 years, Mike has zealously devoted himself to representing clients in the areas of divorce and family law, personal injury, worker’s compensation, and contract and collection disputes.

Mike is licensed to practice in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts, both in state and federal courts, as well as before administrative agencies.  Mike is also a member of the Family Law Section and Worker’s Compensation Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association.  Additionally, he is a speaker at Continuing Legal Education Seminars for attorneys and paralegals and provides legal seminars to clients and other interested parties.

Mike is a graduate of Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts where he earned a Bachelor of Arts and Masters Degree and earned his Juris Doctorate from St. Louis University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri.

On a personal level, Mike believes in giving back to the community and to charity.  In that regard, he has served on many boards.  Currently, Mike is President of the Police Athletic League (PAL).  Mike has also served on the Paralegal Advisory Board at Rivier College, was a Board Member and Past President of the Amherst Patriots Youth Football and Cheer Program, Board Member and President of the Loon Mountain Freestyle Ski Team, and Town Coordinator for the Hollis Babe Ruth Baseball Organization.  Mike has served as a coach for Cal Ripkin and Babe Ruth baseball teams.  He has also assisted in several fundraising events for youth sports and school academic programs.

Mike enjoys living in and participating in many of the activities of the Nashua and New Hampshire community.  He is an avid skier and road cyclist.  He enjoys boating, canoeing and other outdoor activities with his family and friends.

Practice Areas:

  • Divorce & Custody
  • Legal Separation
  • Family Law & Guardianships
  • Personal Injury
  • Workers Compensation
  • Collection Litigation
  • Construction Law
  • General Civil Litigation

Admissions:

  • 1985 Massachusetts
  • 1986 New Hampshire
  • Federal Court