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Can My Spouse Pay for My Divorce?

A wonderful woman came into my office last week, a victim of abuse who had been cornered and stuck in her marriage for far too long.  Her spouse was emotionally and psychologically abusive, was controlling every aspect of her life. …

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What If, Though, Ya Know?

Hypotheticals.  Beloved tool of Socrates.  Scourge of any Family Court attorney. "What if my husband moves some new chick into the home?  Huh?  Didya think of that?  That whore.  What the hell am I gonna tell my eight-year-old?"  {*n.b. these…

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I Think My Judge Doesn’t Like Me

After a rather heated and pathetic exchange in open court in a recent divorce action involving such matters as temporary alimony, a rabid skunk, bankruptcy, lingerie and bank fraud the judge became (understandably) disgusted and walked off the bench leaving…

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Should I Seek Alimony?

When you are deciding whether to seek alimony from your spouse in a divorce action consider three things: 1.  What are my future needs? The judge will consider your current employment, if any, and your chances of meaningful, future employment. …

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I HAVE AN EMERGENCY!

Many people who are filing with the Family Court feel as though they have a genuine emergency.  For the most part, they are mistaken. When you file your case in the RI Family Court, you are given a court date…

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Childish.

What follows is the worst fu*(&ng phone call from child custody clients (and that is really, really saying something):  "My four-year-old told me she would rather live with me.  So we don't need to go to court anymore and I win,…

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