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Meeting with a Divorce Attorney

If you are considering ending your marriage or have already decided that you want to file for a divorce, the first step you should take is consulting with a Rhode Island divorce attorney. The divorce process can be a complex – and emotional – one, so having a skilled attorney advocating for your best interest Read More

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Why Is the Divorce Rate Going Up During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Marriage can be difficult under the best of circumstances, with couples dealing with financial issues, disagreements about parenting, sharing household responsibilities, and even boredom. When you add to those issues the stress of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, it is no wonder that the divorce rate has been spiking over the past several months. According Read More

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Co-Parenting: Tips for a Successful Holiday Season

When parents divorce, there are many issues that need to be addressed in any final child custody order from the court. These issues include the allocation of parental responsibilities, which parent the child will live with, and how much parenting time the other parent will get. All of these details should be included in the Read More

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Determining a Spouse’s Income in a Rhode Island Divorce

There are a number of important issues that need to be addressed when a couple makes the decision to get a divorce in Rhode Island. If the couple has children, then decisions need to be made regarding the custody of those children, as well as any child support obligations. There are many financial issues that Read More

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Protecting Your Credit After a Divorce

There are so many emotional issues that people deal with while going through a divorce that they can sometimes overlook financial issues that can have a negative impact on their lives. One of the most common is how divorce can affect your credit, even after the divorce becomes final. The following are some key steps Read More

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Evidence and Documentation in Child Custody Cases

Not all marriages or separations end peacefully. While most parents usually agree on joint legal custody, it is how physical custody will be decided and how much parenting time the noncustodial parent will have that can quickly turn a divorce even more acrimonious. When you are engaged in a child custody dispute, it is important Read More

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Virtual Visitation

Study after study confirms that children whose parents are not together do much better emotionally when they spend time living with their parents. Researchers point out how difficult it is to keep up on engaged parenting if the parenting plan only allows a parent to visit with their child every other weekend. And while shared Read More

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What Is Parental Alienation Syndrome?

One of the most challenging things couples have to deal with following a divorce is to co-parent together in a cooperative manner. This can be made particularly difficult if the divorce was an acrimonious one. While it is not uncommon for one or both ex-spouses to have feelings of anger or resentment for the other, Read More

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Establishing Paternity in Rhode Island

For many families, when a baby is born, there is no question over whose names will go on the birth certificate. In Rhode Island, when the parents are married to each other at the time of the baby’s birth, the husband is considered the child’s legal father and his name will go on the birth Read More

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Calculating Child Support in Rhode Island

When a couple divorces, there are many issues that need to be resolved related to their children’s care. These issues include child custody, parenting time, and child support. Child support is the money that one parent pays to the other parent to help cover the costs of caring for their child. Usually, the parent who Read More

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