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What Not to Do in Family Court! (Part 1)

While there’s never a dull moment in Family Court and emotions are always bubbling over, there are certain things that you should never do inside those four walls. Don’t let your emotions get the better of you. Follow your attorney’s…

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The muted horrors of parental alienation

All too often two parents enter a Family Court but only one leaves. By that I mean that after a divorce the parent that holds primary physical custody over the child (the parent with whom the child lives most of…

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The specter of the significant other

Although it may be tough people eventually move on after a divorce. Eventually some people begin to date again and with this oftentimes comes the difficult decision whether or not to introduce your new significant other to your children. While…

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The Greatest Moment in RI Family Court History

  • December 30, 2015

As I was waiting patiently for my case to be called an argument broke out between two parents about something or other. Even as voices raised and tempers flared I had trouble finding it very interesting. Screaming and gnashing of…

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What alimony is, and is not

  • December 30, 2015

Alimony is becoming an endangered species in the RI Family Court. The temporary payment from one (former) spouse to the other is not an income-equalizer. Understand this from the start and you will be better equipped. Alimony is a rare…

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No. You can’t have a new judge.

  • February 10, 2015

Lawyers get asked lots of questions. We collect questions. Lots and lots of questions. A few of these even have answers. Other questions are not worthy of responses. So, no, you cannot file a Motion to get a new judge…

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