By Evan Kirshenbaum | Published July 20, 2016 | | |
- Family Law Overview
- Division of Assets
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Divorce Modifications
Considering adoption? You may be interested to know that the current Rhode Island database for children awaiting adoption is in the thousands – and those are for children over the age of 4 years old. Often times, an older child fits more appropriately into an existing family and there certainly are many reasons to consider Read MoreRead More
Considering adoption? The following insight is posted on www.onetruegift.com and offers a comprehensive overview of the home visit process. It is important to know that your case worker understands that they are visiting an operating home and perfection is not what they expect to find. Rather, safety and security for a child will be the Read MoreRead More
There is a recent movie that can be streamed from a popular website that documents the life of identical twin sisters who until recent years didn’t know that the other existed. It’s a fascinating story and a great take if you have the time. There are times when these stories about adoption bubble to the Read MoreRead More
The ins and outs of adopting a child are many, and the decision to adopt a child will certainly affect family finances, but how about your tax bill? This is a detailed area and one that should be discussed with a tax professional, but I do get many questions from clients during the adoption process, Read MoreRead More
When marriage occurs with children involved, there are many situations to consider. If the child’s other biological parent is not involved in the child’s life, one consideration may be that the stepparent chooses to adopt the child. In many instances, this can be an easier adoption process than others as the observation and reporting processes Read MoreRead More
When considering adoption, there are many facets to explore. The emotional readiness of you and your family, the financial commitment of raising a child and legal implications, to name a few. I address some of these aspects in past articles which can be accessed here in our Blog archives. Once these topics have been explored Read MoreRead More
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