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Divorce in Rhode IslandThe average divorce rate in Rhode Island is 3.2 per 1000 population, which is considered higher than the US average of 3.6. In Rhode Island, the plaintiff must have been a resident of the state for at least one year before filing. A ‘no fault’ divorce can be granted if both spouses agree to irreconcilable differences or if they have been separated for at least three years. For Rhode Island courts to grant a ‘fault’ divorce, the filing spouse must prove impotency, adultery, or at least one of a number of specific complaints.
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Attorney Christopher Heberg has been practicing law in Rhode Island, protecting his clients rights, and obtaining favorable settlements and verdicts for his... clients for more then seventeen years. With law offices located in Warwick, R.I., Attorney Hebe
Address: 100 JEFFERSON BOULEVARD, SUITE 225 - Warwick, RI 02888
Phone: (401) 942-2759