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Cousins and Custody Arrangements, Maintaining Relationships

Custody Battles can be extremely difficult. The most important concern is that of the child or children in question, but what about extended family? What are the rights of extended family to continue to develop relationships and spend time with the child?  There are many situations where grandparents, aunts and uncles are primary caregivers to Read More

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Considering Divorce? What Happens to the Business?

There comes a time when divorce becomes more common to your thinking than staying together. For additional thoughts on how to know if divorce is the right option for you, read my blog on the Five Signs That it’s Time to Contact a Divorce Attorney. If you’ve come to terms with the fact that divorce Read More

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Prenuptial Agreements – Not Just for the Stars

It’s easy to feel that a prenuptial agreement is an elite concept and not relevant for the average couple. On the contrary, many cultures utilize a form of a prenuptial agreement within marriage ceremonies all the time. Jewish religions have had brides and grooms sign ketubahs on their wedding day and Islamic couples have used Read More

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Heading Off To College – Managing Your Child’s Transition

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 More

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How Unemployment Affects Spouses Ability to Pay Alimony

In certain divorce situations, a judge may assign one spouse or another to pay alimony to the other spouse in order to help that person get back on their feet financially. It is important to realize that there are many factors involved in this arrangement, making it especially important for the spouse receiving alimony to Read More

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Want To Avoid Divorce? Consider These Tips Before You Say “I Do”

 With somewhere around half of all marriages ending in divorce many couples are more hesitant than ever before to take that walk down the aisle. So how can you avoid the potential for a divorce even before you’re officially married? Some common tips recommended by divorce lawyers, who tend to have seen a myriad of Read More

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What You Should Know About Hiring a Private Investigator During Your Divorce

If you’re in the midst of going through a divorce, you likely know the importance of finding a top Rhode Island divorce lawyer to represent you, but what about a private investigator? Many people opt to work with private investigators along with their divorce lawyer throughout not only their actual divorce, but also as a Read More

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The Top 5 Signs It’s Time to Bid Your Divorce Attorney Farewell

Divorce is an incredibly emotionally difficult time in anyone’s life, and you’re often acting on impulse and a sense of desperation rather than making the same quality of decisions you would under normal circumstances. For those reasons, people often find themselves in a difficult position—they realize they’ve gone with the wrong divorce attorney. If you’ve Read More

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Surviving the Holidays Post-Divorce

With fall officially upon us, many of us are already planning for the holidays. Just the hint of fall gets many people in the holiday spirit, from Thanksgiving through the New Year, but how do you handle the holidays when you’re either in the midst of a divorce, or you’ve just gone through a divorce? Read More

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Handling Back-to-School Season in the Midst of a Divorce

Back-to-school time is hectic and stressful enough on its own—and it becomes even more overwhelming when it hits in the midst of a divorce. If you’re a parent who’s right in the middle of a divorce, or has just gone through a divorce, there are some helpful strategies you can use to help the beginning Read More

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