• Blog
Viewing 81 - 96 out of 115 posts


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Here’s What to Know About Health Insurance and Divorce in Rhode Island

Health insurance is a big topic in this country right now for a myriad of reasons, from the rising costs of coverage, to the Affordable Care Act and its impact Read More

Approaching Divorce If You’re the Cheater

  When we think divorce that results from an extra-marital affair, we often think of it from the perspective of the victim in the situation—the spouse who was cheated on. However, despite Read More

What You Should Know About Restraining Orders in Rhode Island

There are a number of reasons people opt to get a restraining order, but most often it’s if there was some type of domestic violence that occurred. Typically we think Read More

Social Media and Divorce: Don’t Fall Into the Trap

Social media is extremely tricky, while simultaneously pervasive in our society. It seems like everyone uses some type of social media, yet it can have a negative impact on our Read More

Do Alimony Payments Have Tax Implications?

Many divorcing couples are surprised to learn that alimony payments have federal tax consequences. In general, alimony is taxable to the spouse who receives support payments and is deductible by Read More

Already Skipped the Prenup? Should You Consider a Postnup?

If you’re already married and didn’t go the route of the prenuptial agreement, you do have another option—the postnuptial agreement. A postnup is often trickier than a prenup because you are 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

What Does “Equitable Division” of Property Mean in a Rhode Island Divorce?

Divorcing spouses must decide how to divvy up all of their assets and liabilities, from the family home to the credit card bills. If you and your spouse are unable Read More

Work In Progress: Can You Face Working with Your Spouse After Divorce?

If you’re in business with your spouse and you then divorce, what happens? For some couples a divorce means one or both get out of the shared business, but an increasing Read More

Considering a Divorce? Ask Yourself These Questions First

Even contemplating divorcing your spouse can be incredibly traumatic. Divorce isn’t a temporary solution—it has a huge impact on every aspect of your life, the life of your spouse, and Read More

Is It Wise to Date During a Divorce?

Divorce is a tricky and tumultuous time, and one of the common questions people have going through a divorce is “can I date?” Obviously, if you’re already divorced this isn’t a Read More

Rebuilding Your Finances After Divorce

After a divorce you can feel like you’re completely starting over, whether it’s in terms of a new relationship or your finances. Aside from the emotional components of divorce, financial 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

Can You Approach the Prenup Conversation With Tact?

The dreaded prenup conversation: approaching the idea of a contract in case of divorce can be one of the most awkward points of your life. Many people see it as Read More

Viewing 81 - 96 out of 115 posts


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8