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I Need My Judge to Know…

Something to know before you stroll into the Rhode Island Family Court for your date with a judge.  You will see misery, crying, screaming, and a fist fight.  You will see a couple get into a fight and then make-up…

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Do Not Spit on Your Spouse

Actress Christina Ricci has filed for divorce (and a restraining order) from her spouse of seven years James Heerdegen, claiming that the idiot allegedly spit at her. The police were called, but not arrests were made. Christina Ricci, perhaps best…

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{S} ex-Parte?!

As I waited in line at the Family Court clerk's office to file an ex-parte case with the patience of a Nichiren Buddhist monk, the gentleman and scholar directly in front of me was having himself a moment.  Causing quite…

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Answers

Ever since my business signed up for some bad ass digital marketing with Infuzion Marketing I have been getting a whole lot of calls at my office ( ... and I am eternally grateful for every single one of those calls. …

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Parents Brawl at Bowling Alley

To get divorced (when children are involved) be sure to specifically illustrate exactly how you two former love birds wish to divide time with the kids for each major holiday and special occasion. Unless I am told otherwise from the…

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The Race to the Bottom (of Hell)

I have entered into a child custody case.  Or at least, it is a child custody case at heart.  Unfortunately for the parties, the judge, and most importantly me, it has begun as a restraining order.  The custody merits will…

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The Parent Signal

Today's parents already wear many hats: nurse, teacher, spiritual guide, saucier, confidante, cheerleader, janitor, exorcist, on and on. Modern parents navigating a bitter divorce find themselves in an impossible situation.  Bestselling books and Ph.D. theses have been written about the…

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Communicate!

Months into a contested custody case I have (I represent the mother), opposing party (father) racked up his second DUI by wrapping his car around a utility pole.  Mercifully, the child was not in the car at the time.  But…

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