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Rhode island Divorce, Family Law, Child Custody & Child Support Posts

Here is a list of some of my best Providence Family Court, divorce & Family Law Posts

RI Divorce, Child Custody and Family Law

RI Divorce Attorney Written Family Law Articles

7 RI Family Court TIPS for your Divorce, Custody or Visitation Case!

Custody and Domestic TIPS! 1. Never get in a feud with opposing counsel in a divorce or custody cause of action. It is ok to be firm, have aggressive positions ,disagree and make your points but these disagreements should never get personal. Remember, the opposing Rhode Island Child Custody lawyer is just doing his job [...]

Denying some Rest. Orders & Sanctions best way to help Domestic Violence Victims

Rhode Island Family Court Constables and Sheriffs, unfortunately, devote too many resources to unwarranted and unjustified temporary protection from abuse complaints. The police also devote too many resources enforcing unjust temporary protection from abuse orders. These unjustified restraining orders clog the system and actually hurt legitimate victims The ease of obtaining a Temporary RI Complaint [...]

Distinction: Joint Custody & Sole Custody - Crucial & Meaningless

Let's start with the central premise that when a child is born and the father is on the birth certificate, the parties automatically have joint custody of the child. The modern trend in Rhode Island Family Court in divorce and Miscellaneous cases favors litigants being awarded joint custodial rights over their children.

What Constitutes Marital Property in Rhode Island Divorce?

What Constitutes Marital Property in Rhode Island (RI) subject to the equitable distribution statute in a divorce? What is Equitable Distribution in a Rhode Island Divorce? Rhode Island is an equitable distribution of assets state. R.I.G.L 15-5-16.1 is the statute that pertains to equitable distribution of assets.

Should I file motion for temporary Orders or Emergency Relief in RI Divorce?

Should I file a motion for emergency relief in a RI Divorce? RI Law Article by a Rhode Island Divorce Lawyer A motion for temporary orders in a Rhode Island Divorce should be filed if the husband or wife is in need of temporary resolution of issues while the Divorce case is proceeding.

Failure to pay Child Support in RI is not an excuse to deny visitation!

Failure to pay Child Support in Rhode Island is not an excuse to cancel or deny a parent visitation. Nonpayment of child support or contempt for failure to pay child support is not a justification to deny your ex-girlfriend / ex- boyfriend or ex-husband or ex-wife a visit with your child.

Rhode Island Law Article: Divorce Law - FAQS by a Lawyer

1) How long does it take to get a Rhode Island divorce? If all issues concerning divorce, child support, child custody, equitable division of assets, alimony, visitation and other issues are resolved between the parties, the earliest possible date for a nominal divorce in Rhode Island (a nominal divorce is a uncontested divorce in which everything is agreed to) is approximately sixty five to seventy days after the plaintiff files a complaint for divorce.