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Can Parents Violate Child Visitation Orders During COVID-19?
Can Parents Violate Child Visitation Orders During COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented in many ways. It is disrupting every facet of our lives, but the exact legal and financial implications may be difficult to predict. One area where people are experiencing particular uncertainty is family law . Specifically, many ...

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    The COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented in many ways. It is disrupting every facet of our lives, but the exact legal and financial implications may be difficult to predict. One area where people are ...

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  • Chapter 13 Debt Limits Increasing after April 1, 2019

    Individuals who are considering seeking bankruptcy protection may benefit from the recent increase in the amount of debt you can have and qualify to file for a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy reorganization. ...

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    Individuals who are considering seeking bankruptcy protection may benefit from the recent increase in the amount of debt you can have and qualify to file for a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy reorganization. ...

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    Yes. In 2018 our legislature enacted extensive changes to Rhode Island's expungement laws. Prior to the changes, individuals were eligible to expunge a criminal conviction only if they were a "first ...

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