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When you are working through the legal system, you need an experienced lawyer who can guide you through each step of the process.

You're Not A Bill; You're A Person.

When you are working through the legal system, you need an experienced lawyer who can guide you through each step of the process. You need someone who knows the process and who will take the time to understand your concerns and goals. You need a Providence family law attorney who views you as a person with a problem, not a billable opportunity for the firm.

When you contact my office, The Law Office of Timothy M. Sweet, LLC, I will focus on helping you find the answers you need. I’m committed to providing clients throughout Rhode Island with the practical, affordable solutions they need.

Most individuals who contact my firm are concerned about three main things:

  • Children: First and foremost, parents want to ensure they will be able to maintain strong relationships with their children after the divorce.
  • Affordability: Many people have questions about the legal fees that are incurred during the divorce process.
  • Assets: After spending a lifetime building assets, many people have questions about how those assets or debts will be divided.

I have spent my career focusing on family law issues, and I use my experience to educate clients about what to expect.

Contact A Providence County Divorce Lawyer

Whether you have questions about child custody, alimony or valuating your family business, I can provide the answers you need. I put myself in my clients’ shoes and work with them to find the effective solutions they need. Learn more about the counsel an experienced attorney can provide by scheduling a free initial consultation. I can be reached through an online contact form or by calling 401-216-6506.

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