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Rhode Island Divorce Coaching Tip: Agreeing to Set An Earning Capacity in Your RI Divorce can Hurt You!
In a Rhode Island Divorce it is possible for a judge to set an earning capacity for you following a hearing. It is also possible for you to agree to an earning capacity when you are in a divorce and just want to get the divorce completed. An earning capacity is an artificial income that is assigned...
Question: During my divorce my Rhode Island Divorce Lawyer entered into an agreement with my spouse's attorney in a stipulation without my approval. Is the court going to hold me to what my lawyer agreed to? He didn't have my permission. Answer: Usually, "Yes." When you hire a divorce lawyer, that...
As the founder of a divorce coaching program one would think that I am one who would say that divorce lawyers aren't necessary. Yet the answer is actually to the contrary. Yes, they are absolutely necessary. The law regarding families and domestic relations is far from simple and it is evolving as...
Some people need to receive coaching from a licensed and experienced Rhode Island Divorce attorney so they can have some direction as to what they should be doing procedurally if they need to proceed before a court or an administrative body in Rhode Island. Patrick's Rhode Island child support case...
One goal of any Rhode Island Divorce lawyer in resolving a divorce proceeding at a Nominal Hearing is to insure that the Marital Settlement Agreement of the parties is "approved" by the court. Approved agreements are essentially validated or "given the stamp of approval" by the Rhode Island Family...