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Kühn Law is a boutique law firm providing clients in Massachusetts and Rhode Island with assistance finding solutions to their legal issues in an efficient and highly personalized manner. Our offices are located in Fall River, Massachusetts and East Greenwich, Rhode Island. At Kühn Law, our clients needs and wishes are of paramount importance and remain the focal point of our representation at all times. Kühn Law is a modern law firm with all of the technological research, communication and administrative tools to provide exceptional service to our clients. Contact Kühn Law today to find out how a results-driven, patient and professional law firm can help you. We're looking forward to hearing from you.
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At Kühn Law, our boutique firm concentrates on the following types of cases. Click to learn more:
Powers of Attorney
Health Care Proxies
Land and Boundary Disputes
Probate of Estates & Guardianship
In addition to Attorney Kühn's work in private practice, Attorney Kühn is an adjunct faculty member of Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island teaching the class Media Law & Ethics. Attorney Kühn is also a member of the board of Communities for People, Inc.
The Law Office of Richard E. Kühn, III services all of Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.
155 N. Main Street
Fall River, MA 02720
4474 Post Road
East Greenwich, RI 02818
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What To Expect When You Have Been Charged With A Crime in Rhode Island
By Richard Kuhn III; www.AttorneyKuhn.com
So, you have been charged with a criminal offense; maybe it was driving on a suspended license, maybe it was assault, possession of a controlled substance, or otherwise. If you have never been in trouble with the law before, you are probably a nervous wreck, your mind reeling with the possibilities of what may happen to you when you attend your first court date.
Moving On: Issues Presented When a Parent Wishes to Relocate with the Minor Child, but Without Their Ex.
Issues surrounding the care of children who's parents have parted ways can be daunting, emotionally, and factually complex. In the State of Rhode Island, where travel to and from our neighboring states is easily accomplished in less than a couple of hours from anywhere within the state, questions regarding relocation often come up in custody proceedings. This article is intended to be a discussion of relevant law bearing on the issues of relocation, custody, and the "best interest" factors and considerations utilized in Rhode Island Family Court proceedings. This article is not intended to, nor should it be relied on to provide legal advice for your particular case; you should consult with an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction for advice on your particular case.