Your Family Is Personal. Get Personalized Family Law Service.
At the Rhode Island law firm of Revens, Revens, St. Pierre & Wyllie, P.C., we help people come to terms with the full range of problems that the dissolution of marriage can present: legal, financial and personal. We know that the decisions you make in your divorce will have lasting consequences on your relationships with your children, your financial security and even your choice of residence.
We give you the legal information that you need to make the right decisions in light of your rights and responsibilities. We help you formulate your goals and go to work to achieve them through negotiations, mediation or contested court hearings – whichever appears best suited for your situation. For practical, dependable and personalized advice that helps you get the rest of your life off to the right start, contact our attorneys.
Protecting You During Divorce And Separation
Our family law lawyers handle divorce and all related matters, including:
We also represent unmarried parents in paternity actions. In addition to resolving the paternity case itself, we address child custody and child support for parents who have had children outside of wedlock. When an ongoing commitment, most typically child support or child custody, needs to be modified or enforced, our lawyers can assist. We are here to protect you and your interests at any time.
In all cases, we take care to learn about you, your family and your needs in order to move forward appropriately. While we are trial lawyers skilled in resolving family law matters in front of judges and juries, we believe that this should be the last resort. Negotiation is often more appropriate, in addition to providing a savings of time and cost.
Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements
Our attorneys are skilled at drafting prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. To ensure the creation of meaningful and successful agreements, we take the time to learn about your goals. We craft documents that will stand up to the challenges that may arise in the event of a divorce. These agreements are often created alongside other estate planning documents.