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A Typical Uncontested Divorce by RI Attorney Christopher Pearsall

Rhode Island Divorce Attorney | Do you want to save yourself $800 to $3,000 on your Rhode Island divorce?

I've previously written Rhode Island Divorce articles about civility and trying to work with your spouse to resolve your issues.  What I didn't mention in those other divorce articles is that by remaining civil, holding your temper and keeping a cool head is that it can save you a hefty sum of money.

One of the most time consuming parts of any divorce is reaching a Marital Settlement Agreement.  A Marital Settlement Agreement is typically a document that embodies all the terms of what you and your spouse have agreed to and it anticipates what could happen in the future, to the extent that reasonable changes can be foreseen and prepared for. 

Assume that your attorney in this example costs $200 per hour and it takes him or her 4 hours to draft and re-draft the complete Marital Settlement Agreement which includes provisions to protect you and provisions to specify which states laws apply, etc....  That's $800 you would save if you just came to an agreement with your spouse, wrote out all the terms and conditions and you both signed it before a notary public and then testified at the hearing that your signature is genuine, that you signed it freely and voluntarily and that it is fair and equitable. 


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Authored by:

Christopher A. Pearsall, Esquire
571 Pontiac Avenue
Cranston, RI  02910
Phone:  (401) 354-2369

Attorney Pearsall's practice is focused almost exclusively in the areas of Divorce and Family law.

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