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Classifying Custody and Understanding What Will Work Best for Your Family

 Custody issues can get cloudy and confusing, particularly since it can be such an emotionally charged time for parents and in some cases the involved kids as well. If you’re about Read More

By Any Means Necessary: Making an Interstate Child Custody Plan Work

When you have to come to terms with the fact that either you or your former spouse may be moving to another state, your first concern is likely your children. Read More

Handling Back-to-School Season in the Midst of a Divorce

Back-to-school time is hectic and stressful enough on its own—and it becomes even more overwhelming when it hits in the midst of a divorce. If you’re a parent who’s right in Read More

"Uncoupling:" Are Couples Taking a Page out of Gwyneth Paltrow’s Book?

While it may not always be the best idea to follow the lead of millionaire celebrities, it seems that’s just what some couples are now doing when facing divorce. Recently, A-lister Read More

Creating an Effective Parenting Plan After Divorce

When you hear about custody battles amidst a divorce, you don’t often hear about a parenting plan, yet it’s the most central component of an effective custody agreement. The parenting plan Read More

Avoiding Dumb Dad Divorce Mistakes

We completely understand how traumatic divorce can be for everyone involved, but often the perils dads face get overlooked. In the process, dads make a lot of mistakes that could Read More

Minimizing Trauma: How to Help Your Kids Deal with Divorce

Divorce is an extremely painful and traumatic time for everyone involved, and in particular the children. In many cases, parents are probably doing what’s best for their children by divorcing, but Read More

Don’t Involve Social Media In Your Child Custody Dispute

Social media networking outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and others have opened doors for people to keep in-touch and keep tabs on each other. While this is a good Read More

Preparing for an Initial Consultation: What to Discuss with Your Divorce Lawyer

When you finally come to the conclusion that divorce is a necessary step in your life, your emotions are likely all over the place. For some people, it may be Read More

Avoiding an Arduous Child Custody Battle

Divorce is already hard enough for everyone involved. It takes a huge toll on a family, including children, but when a child custody battle becomes part of that divorce, it becomes Read More

Rhode Island Child Visitation Schedules

Divorces that involve minor children can be highly emotional. If you are the non-custodial parent of your children, your top priority will likely be to protect your time with your Read More

Grounds for Supervised Visitation in Rhode Island

Divorce is difficult for all persons involved, but it can be especially hard on children. In Rhode Island, child custody is determined according to the best interests of the child. Read More

Domestic Violence Hurts Custody Rights

A Rhode Island woman recently passed away from injuries sustained in a domestic violence incident, leaving behind her two-year-old son. While not all domestic violence ends in such tragic circumstances, Read More

Parental Relocation & Child Custody Matters

If you are divorced with children, it can be difficult when you or your ex-spouse wants to move out-of-state with your children. If you are facing this situation, it is Read More

Dividing Your Child’s Time During the Holiday Season

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 Read More

Protecting Your Child Custody Case

Child custody is easily the most difficult and emotionally draining aspect of a divorce case. When experiencing a difficult custody situation, try to think clearly and act rationally. When emotions Read More

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