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November 2018 Archives

How can I lower my alimony obligations?

After a divorce has been finalized in the state of Rhode Island, it is often the case that alimony is awarded to one of the divorcing spouses. This means that one party will need to make payments to the other former spouse for a certain amount of time. These arrangements are rarely permanent, and they are usually seen as a way to help the transition of the divorce become smoother from a financial perspective.

Options For Your Business When You Divorce

Throughout your life you have worked hard for what you have. You went to school, studied hard and graduated. After that, you not only got married, but you also started your own business. You are very proud of your business and everything that you have accomplished. You want that success to continue well into the future.

Economists have a role in tough property divisions questions

Marriage is an emotional decision about an emotional undertaking. It may not seem that economics has any role in emotions during and after the thrill of a wedding, but the science can save precious time and pain for people going through a divorce.

How is child support managed in Rhode Island?

There are many considerations during the difficult process of separation and divorce. But nothing is more important than the present and future for children of a couple, especially if the couple is no more. Rhode Island recognizes the vital need for services geared toward children of divorce with a state agency dedicated to enhancing their well-being.

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