Filling out FAFSA Applications When Parents Are Divorced
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the application used by all two and four-year colleges, universities, and career schools for awarding federal, state, and school-funded student aid. Read More
Communicating With Your Ex About COVID-19 Custody Issues
During a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic, family becomes more important than ever, especially for children whose schedules have been disrupted by long-term school closures and the cancellation of Read More
Dealing With Unwanted Parenting Advice During Your Divorce
If you’re going through a divorce or even on the brink of one, chances are you’ve heard this age-old advice at least once. Almost everyone, regardless of marital status, whether Read More
Are You Making These Mistakes In Your Rhode Island Divorce?
Emotional turmoil is, by nature, inherent in divorce. Even if the decision to divorce was yours, it doesn’t make the process any easier. If you’re like most couples, you entered Read More
Determining Custody In Rhode Island Family Court
Determining Custody In Rhode Island Family Court Child custody cases are never easy, regardless of the situation. Often though, parents who are amicable or at least able to tolerate each other, Read More
Your Ex Isn’t Paying Child Support, Now What?
The holidays are rapidly approaching. With this season comes the universal idea that everyone should be happy, grateful and fulfilled. If you’ve lived through the holidays, you know that this Read More
Will my spouse get half of the business in the divorce?
If you and your spouse own a business, or if you’re self-employed, the decision to divorce presents unique challenges. Businesses are often considered an asset of the marital estate. Under Read More
Understanding Rhode Island Custody Arrangements
Divorce is challenging, regardless of your family dynamics. When children are involved, navigating divorce and understanding your options becomes even more complicated. While custody arrangements vary, there are general terms you Read More
You’ve Received Custody of Your Child or Children. Now What?
For most, this may not come as a surprise, as child custody is often determined though a lengthy legal process. But there are times when custody can change quickly. Either Read More