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High-profile Newport couple battle over where to divorce

The state in which a couple's divorce is handled can make a significant difference in their property division, custody agreement and other important issues. For most couples, the state is not in question. However, for couples who own property and spend time residing in two or more states, it is one of the first matters that needs to be resolved.

Children of divorce can have happy memories

One of the main concerns that all good parents have when they divorce is the impact on their children's lives and how their parents' split will affect the memories they have later in life of their childhood. Even parents who are comfortable financially and can continue to provide a good lifestyle for their kids after divorce worry that their lives won't be as happy as they should be.

Your attorney can help you locate and price assets in divorce

Divorce can be a difficult time for everyone involved. If your former spouse is attempting to hide assets or retain more of the estate than is legal, you will likely have a difficult divorce. In cases where one spouse is attempting to hide assets, the help of an experienced Rhode Island divorce attorney is critical to an equitable and fair outcome the divorce.

Is it time for a divorce?

The author Herman Hesse famously said, "Some of us think holding on makes us strong, but sometimes it is letting go." This could easily be about divorce. Many try to hang on to a dead marriage because they think they're being strong for the children or holding the family together. Some stubbornly hang on for years and years, ignoring their needs and never living the life they deserve. There are times when it's better for everyone involved to just let go.

Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey finalize divorce

Let's face it — the phrase "amicable divorce" is, more often than not, an oxymoron. Yes, there are rare cases when a couple "consciously uncouples," everything goes smoothly and neither side harbors any hurt or ill feelings. In most cases, though, divorce is a tough, contentious time as both sides work through the pain of dividing assets, deciding child custody and settling on the ins and outs of support.