Question: When will my divorce be final? Answer: So, it depends on the grounds for divorce. Most divorces in Rhode Island are filed under the grounds of “irreconcilable differences.” Divorces granted under this method are eligible to be finalized after 90 days from the final divorce hearing date, usually known as a “nominal divorce hearing.”…

Last spring Gina Raimondo was forwarded five finalists by the Judicial Nominating commission for the Family Court Chief Judge Position. Upon the upcoming return of the General Assembly on September 19th, Raimondo appointed the current Family Court magistrate Felix “Feidlim” Gill to the Rhode Island Family Court bench. The other finalists included- Magistrates Paul T….

After 20 years of practice, I think I’ve seen it all. What you wear to court DOES make a difference. Remember, most of the time the judge hearing your case will not remember who you are, so even if its not, think of this as a chance for first impressions. Making a good first impression…

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