Many people believe that alimony is a long-term form of support. On the contrary, it is intended to help dependent spouses maintain a comfortable way of life while they transition to a place where they can be self-supporting. Most alimony agreements end after three to five years. It is often not modifiable and many financial components are considered, including credit card debt and tax consequences.
Attorney Assalone has a proven track record of winning cases for her clients in both criminal law and family law. Former clients have said, “She is an exceptional lawyer with her clients’ best interests at heart,” and, “She has given me my life back.”
Our lawyer is fiercely committed to our clients. She patiently and compassionately educates them about their cases in an effort to empower them with information. This allows them to make informed decisions about their cases while pursuing their best interests.
We have offices in Warwick and West Greenwich, and we are available any time of the day or night to speak with our clients. To schedule a meeting or speak with our Rhode Island alimony lawyer, email us, call the office 401-400-4400, or contact Veronica on her cell phone 401-269-6940.
Our lawyer is proficient in Spanish, French, German, Italian and American Sign Language. Our office assistants speak Portuguese, Spanish and Chinese.