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Rhode Island Contested Divorce

 

 

We know how difficult divorce can be. The intense emotions accompanying marital dissolution only complicate the process further.  In circumstances where your spouse is unwilling to agree on major issues regarding your property and/or your children, a Rhode Island contested divorce may be necessary.

 

Most Rhode Island divorces do settle prior to a full trial, however, getting to that point is a diffiult road. We're here to help. Our strong advocacy and sound advice has served our clients well.

 

If you are seeking advice regarding your divorce in Rhode Island, call us today.

 

Click here for more information regarding contested divorce in Rhode Island.

Rhode Island Divorce Lawyer | East Greenwich | United States | RI Contested Divorce | Differences between contested and nominal divorce | RI Custody Lawyer | RI Flat fee nominal divorce | Providence | Warren | Bristol | Portsmouth | Little Compton | Tiverton | East Providence
Rhode Island Nominal Divorce

 

A Nominal Divorce in Rhode Island occurs where both parties are able to agree on the majority of issues concerning property distribution and issues pertaining to the minor children.

 

Nominal Divorce is the most cost-effective manner to obtain a divorce in Rhode Island. Additionally, most contested divorces in Rhode Island become Nominal at some point during their travel.

 

Typically, a Nominal Divorce is accompanied by a Property Settlement Agreement that we custom tailor for our clients. The Property Settlement Agreement is negotiated between the parties and encompasses the entirety of the agreement between the parties on issues concerning property and the minor children of the parties.

 

We offer flat rates on Nominal Divorces. Click here to learn more about Nominal Divorce in Rhode Island. Call us today to discuss your case; we're here to help.