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Should I get a pre-nup?

Yes, you should.  According the theknot.com the three most popular days to get engaged are Christmas Day, Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.  The ‘proposal season’ as defined by theknot.com is from November to February.  Whether it’s the holiday spirit that moves people to get engaged or something else, the time is now. The big Read More

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Top Ten Reasons to Try Divorce Mediation.

Divorce can be stressful, time consuming, costly and fraught with unknowns.  Divorce mediation can help you control costs, put you in control of the divorce process thereby reducing stress and allow you, not a judge, to decide the major issues in your divorce.  Here are the top ten reasons to try divorce mediation   Divorce Read More

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How much does divorce mediation cost in RI?

How much does divorce mediation cost in Rhode Island depends upon the complexity of your case.  On average, the divorce mediation will cost $2.000.  When clients take the mediation agreement to independent counsel to review and file the same with the court, the clients  can expect to pay an additional $1,000.  Keep in mind that Read More

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How long does it take to get a divorce in Rhode Island?

About 75 days.  That is assuming you and your spouse come to an agreement on all terms prior to the initial divorce hearing.  Once the court grants the divorce, there is a 90-day waiting period.  In some cases, the court will grant an expedited hearing for exceptional circumstances. There are several factors which delay the Read More

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How much does a divorce cost in Rhode Island?

The cost of your divorce is a function of how contested your divorce is.  Filing and service fees alone are about $200.  If there are no disputes about child custody, child support, visitation, alimony or the division of assets, then your divorce could cost as little as $1,500.  In the simplest of cases, there are Read More

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What is mediation?

  Mediation is a choice.  Mediation is an alternative to divorce litigation.  A neutral third party will assist you in crafting a divorce judgement which works for you. It is YOUR choice.  Mediation empowers you to take control of the dissolution of your marriage.  Mediation is a better economic alternative to divorce litigation.  In mediation, Read More

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Can I mediate child support payments?

I am a firm believer in mediation.  Just about every dispute can be resolved through effective mediation.  Divorce mediation is no different.  Within most divorce mediations, we have a bunch of mini mediations.  For example, divorcing couples need to come to agreement on the sale of a home, child visitation schedules, division of personal property, Read More

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Do I need a lawyer or mediator to handle my divorce?

Often, I am presented with the question, do I need to have a lawyer in my divorce?  Can I represent myself?  Or, why do I need to use a mediator?  My spouse and I can work these issues out ourselves.  Well, quite frankly, if you could just work it out with your spouse, you probably Read More

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Why Mediation?

Mediation is a choice. Your choice. Mediation empowers you to take control of the dissolution of your marriage. Mediation is a better economic alternative to divorce litigation. In mediation, you decide, and you accept the settlement terms you created through mediation. A good mediator will help you focus on an interest-based approach to dissolution instead Read More

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A fresh start after divorce can include being a ‘First-Time Home Buyer’ again.

A significant percentage of our divorce clients had purchased their first home when they married.  As part of the dissolution, that first home was sold, or the client took a buyout from their former spouse.  Fast forward a few years and the client has re-built their financial foundation and wants to move from renting (or Read More

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