By Evan Kirshenbaum | Published November 26, 2013 | | |
- Family Law Overview
- Division of Assets
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Divorce Modifications
Roughly 14 percent of children in the United States have some type of disability. These conditions, typically referred to as special needs, can range from mild disorders such as ADD to severe conditions such as autism and cerebral palsy. When the parents of special needs children get divorced, special considerations regarding child support come into Read MoreRead More
A prenuptial agreement is a contract between two parties who plan on getting married. This type of agreement helps prevent time-consuming and expensive disputes, should the parties separate and get divorced in the future. A Rhode Island prenuptial agreement attorney can create a marital agreement that stops the fighting and helps improve your relationship. But, Read MoreRead More
While many think of the holiday season as a time for family, in the case of divorce, holidays can add an extra layer of stress. Deciding issues like where your child eats Thanksgiving turkey or how the school break affects the custody arrangement can leave parents wishing it were January. However, dividing your child’s time Read MoreRead More
The Rhode Island central landfill has not paid the City of Cranston its fair share for the processing and treatment of its wastewater cost for years. Liquid runoff from the landfill contains nitrogen and other pollutants. Cranston has treated this runoff to remove these dangerous elements from the runoff before it reaches Narragansett Bay. The Read MoreRead More
In Rhode Island, alimony awards are quite limited and designed to provide short-term support to allow the recipient spouse to become financially independent and self-sufficient after divorce. Since state law requires the family court judge to review a number of factors before determining whether one spouse qualifies for alimony payments from the other spouse, obtaining Read MoreRead More
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