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Accident & Injury, Divorce & Family Law, Estate, Motor Vehicle, Real Estate

I have been a practicing attorney for more than the past 27 years, concentrating in Family Law, Personal Injury, And Probate. If your case is conteste... (more)

When facing a legal challenge, you want a trial lawyer who truly cares about you, your family and your case. Whether you are getting divorced, negotiating a parenting plan, are involved in a dispute over a will or a contract, or are seeking compensation for an injury, the law office of Robinson & Robinson is dedicated to protecting your rights and interests.

Cranston, Rhode Island, trial attorney Steven Robinson brings 27 years of trial experience in Rhode Island family court, civil court, probate court, the Rhode Island Supreme Court and in federal and state appellate court. He's a lawyer other lawyers hire when they need firepower in the courtroom.

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