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Parental Kidnapping Rises During Holidays
Parental Kidnapping Rises During Holidays

As we near the end of the holiday season, many children of divorced parents will be heading back home after some time spent with their non-custodial parent. It’s not uncommon for parents who don’t see enough of their kids all year to take them for a week or two during their ...

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Blog Posts in 2016

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    This is the time of year when many divorced parents take their kids abroad for part of their winter break or vacation. Usually, these are happy ...

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  • Interstate Child Support and Custody Issues

    When divorced co-parents who live in different states have a dispute regarding child custody, support or visitation, which state’s courts will have ...

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  • Are You a Victim of Parental Alienation?

    Unfortunately, parental alienation is something that occurs in some particularly nasty divorces. Some parents may believe that they’re getting back at ...

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  • Options for Custody That Put Your Child First

    We recently discussed why you need to have your holiday visitation agreement in place as early as possible. This is a very important matter in child ...

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    So you have a house and pensions. Your spouse inherited money, and then there are the bank accounts and credit cards. How do you now divide assets in ...

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  • Holiday Visitation: Have a Plan in Place

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  • How Long Does a Simple Divorce Take?

    Uncontested Divorce in RI Rhode Island has a “track” system for divorces. As a result, a divorce is either on the “Nominal Track” (such as simple ...

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  • Legal Separation or Divorce

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  • RI Legislators Consider Grandparents' Visitation Rights

    A commission created by the Rhode Island Senate this summer is reviewing family law in the state as it relates to grandparents’ visitation rights. ...

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