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Sample RI Divorce Cases
... This case arises from defendants' legal representation of plaintiff in her divorce from her former husband. The divorce proceedings commenced in the Family Court on October 4, 1996, when plaintiff's former husband filed a complaint for divorce. ...
... Lillian). Constance married Donald in 1957, and they had five children together. They were granted a divorce on June 17, 1968. Wilbur ... In 1967, Lillian was granted a divorce from "bed, board and future cohabitation" with Wilbur. It is ...
... In December 2005, after nearly ten years of marriage, Sharie filed a complaint 991 for divorce. ... After a hearing on the merits, the trial justice granted both Shade's complaint and Marvin's counterclaim for an absolute divorce on the grounds of irreconcilable differences. ...
... The defendant also alleges that the hearing justice committed reversible error by declaring that Jacalyn properly had registered the divorce documents in Connecticut. Standard of Review. ... III. Registration of Divorce in Connecticut. ...
... He asserts that the protection afforded by the divorce decree is sufficient to ensure that he will not have custody or see his children until he is determined to be a fit parent by the court. The respondent cites to no statutory or decisional authority in support of this proposition. ...
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