By Evan Kirshenbaum | Published August 10, 2016 | | |
- Family Law Overview
- Division of Assets
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Divorce Modifications
As August unfolds there is a hint of autumn air settling in and a sense of all that comes along with it – back to school planning, more structured schedules, and the loss of casual summer dress codes at work. Although retailers work hard at making us believe that summer is rapidly ending, the reality Read MoreRead More
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 way, when the decision happens, there will be some immediate concerns that you’ll need to address. Following is a list of some initial steps that Read MoreRead More
There are times when a child hasn’t aged out of a custody arrangement, but begins to express definitive religious preferences and opinions about conversion. Most commonly, this happens when one parent observes a different religion than the other, it can also happen as a child approaches confirmation or bar/bat mitzvah age and the structure of Read MoreRead More
If you’re reading this, then you are involved in a custody arrangement at some level. As the fall season progresses, it’s natural for our minds to leap forward to the upcoming holiday season. Maybe it’s a vision of how the day will be spent with your child, or perhaps you are on the hunt for Read MoreRead More
The road to a child custody arrangement can be rocky at times, and until an arrangement can be agreed upon by both parties involved and finalized in family court, concerning situations may arise. How can you tell if behavior is criminal or just plain creepy? Simply put, ask yourself the question, could the behavior in Read MoreRead More
Congratulations! Your child has been accepted to college. Whether your student will live on campus or commute, you are both about to embark on a new chapter of your lives together. The transition from teenager to independent adult can be very difficult for everyone. Add in a shared custody arrangement and this time can quickly Read MoreRead More
It seems that all children are enamored with screen time from a very early age. It was all good when it occupied a young child for a few minutes while dinner cooked or while waiting for a Doctor’s appointment. But technology has evolved. Devices now include games, music, social media, movies and more – including Read MoreRead More
It’s finally spring, and after the winter we had here in Rhode Island, the warm weather is certainly a welcome reprieve. Along with flowers budding there are many rites of passage that your teens will experience, including graduations, proms and religious celebrations such as Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and Confirmations. Hidden in these exciting moments are significant Read MoreRead More
When it comes to creating a custody and parenting plan for younger children it can be quite a bit simpler than when you’re dealing with a preteen or a teen. With a toddler or an elementary school-aged child, the primary custody decisions are either going to be up to the parents or the Rhode Island Read MoreRead More
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 to begin divorce or custody proceedings, or are even just considering it as an option but you’re unclear about custody classifications or even how Read MoreRead More
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