Rhode Island Divorce Lawyer
Legal Help for Divorce, Family Law & Child Custody
At my firm, The Law Office of Patricia A. Sullivan, clients can obtain swift and amicable resolutions for their family law issues. I established my practice in 1981 in order to make sure that clients throughout the state could obtain high-quality, compassionate legal assistance.
In my more than 30 years of experience as divorce attorney, I have obtained a number of qualifications that make my firm the right choice for you, including:
- Certified Family Court Guardian Ad Litem
- Extensive involvement in the Rhode Island court system as a Family Court Justice of the Peace, Bail Commissioner, Civil Arbitrator, and Notary Public
- AV® Rated Law Firm by Martindale-Hubbell
- Membership in the Rhode Island Bar Association
When you need a knowledgeable representative to protect your interests, call my firm. I offer a free consultation for clients who want to discuss their case and find out their options.
Comprehensive Representation for All Family Law Matters
Family law and divorce matters can be extremely complex, both legally and emotionally. As I've handled countless cases, I understand my clients' needs and how to best help them. My goal is to reduce your burden by fully taking care of all the issues at stakes, such as:
Whether you are a mother,
grandparent that is seeking to obtain certain rights, I am ready to aggressively defend you.
At my firm, I work with clients who are experiencing all types of divorce cases, including:
Don't try to go through the divorce process alone. Obtain guidance from an experienced divorce attorney that cares about the outcome of your case. Unlike other attorneys, I do my utmost to resolve your divorce without being unnecessarily combative. Before taking any steps toward litigation, I work with you and the other party to agree on certain terms. If necessary; however, I will not hesitate to take the actions needed to protect your best interests.
Providing Counsel After Your Divorce
If you have already completed the divorce process, then there are still a number of issues that may arise. If your ex-spouse does not follow the court order or parenting plan that was agreed upon, then you may need help enforcing your court order.
If your circumstances change, then you may be able to modify your agreement. I can help you understand the grounds for modifications and fight for your right to change the court order.
Contact The Law Office of Patricia A. Sullivan
Because every divorce is different, I don't use a "one-size-fits-all" method of helping someone navigate divorce proceedings. I take a personalized approach to each case, providing unique legal strategies for my clients.
For caring and compassionate legal help in your divorce matter, contact my firm for a free consultation. As a divorce attorney in Rhode Island with over three decades of experience, you can trust me to handle any case.
Our office is conveniently located in Warwick, and serves all of Rhode Island, including Barrington, Cranston, Cumberland, East Greenwich, Jamestown, Lincoln,
Newport, North Kingstown, Pawtucket,
Providence, Portsmouth, South Kingstown and