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I have been in a courtroom since 1993 and have been officially practicing as a member of the Rhode Island Bar since 1997. I own and operate the second largest family law firm in the state of Rhode Island where we employ a unique team approach to every one of our cases. Our clients are extremely well-served by having three or four lawyers serve their case for the price of one. We enjoy a very good reputation in the state of Rhode Island where we help folks divorce with dignity.

What Are The Top Misconceptions That People Have About The Divorce Process In Rhode Island?

There are misconceptions surrounding the meaning of certain terms, such as child “custody” versus child “placement.” More specifically, many people are unaware of the fact that custody does not refer to where a child lives, but which parent has decision-making power regarding the child’s healthcare, education, and general welfare. The term “placement” is traditionally used in Rhode Island to indicate which parent possesses the child and where the child lives.

Another common misconception has to do with the length of the divorce process and the requirements for effectuating an absolute divorce (e.g. pleadings, the process of asset division, tax consequences).

Finally, I commonly find that clients are not prepared for the emotional cost of divorce. We try to help save them from that emotional cost by helping them understand that they are going to be better off in the long term if they work hard to resolve their matters without going through an expensive trial. We provide tools for resolving disagreements quickly and affordably in an attempt to prevent futile fights that are emotionally and fiscally expensive. With that said, we are always prepared to fight for what’s truly fair and reasonable.

What Do You Want Readers To Gain From Reading This Book?

In reading this book, it is my hope that readers are made aware of the possibility of divorcing with dignity, with less fear and anxiety, and with a better understanding of what to expect from the process. There is a light at the end of the tunnel, and with the right mindset, that light can be reached affordably, efficiently, and amicably.

For more information on Handling Family Law Cases In Rhode Island, a free initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (401) 400-4400 today.

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