Turning Problems Into Solutions

Turning Negatives Into Positives In Your Divorce

At Robinson & Clapham, we focus on helping people going through divorces take the challenges they face and transform them into solutions. With attorneys born and raised in Rhode Island, we understand the court system, procedures and local culture of our clients’ communities. You can come to us for a combination of skillful representation as well as personalized attention.

We steadfastly advocate for your rights in all issues related to divorce, including:

  • Asset division
  • Business valuation
  • Spousal support (alimony)
  • Child custody and visitation
  • Child support
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
  • Post-decree modification
  • Enforcement of court orders

Whenever we can, we will help you achieve positive outcomes without the use of litigation – often, through mediation sessions or private negotiation. With that said, we are accomplished trial attorneys who have appeared before every state and federal court in Rhode Island.

Giving Detailed Attention To High-Asset Divorce

Divorces involving significant assets require special attention to detail, especially when asset valuation and division are at stake. Without the advocacy of insightful and strategic family lawyers, you stand to lose a great deal of financial security. We regularly handle high-asset divorces, including those that involve business assets, stock options and retirement plans.

Do Not Lose Your Rights As A Father

Are you a father who is going through a divorce with the mother of your child? Unfortunately, the court system often unconsciously prioritizes the rights of mothers over fathers. As fathers’ rights attorneys, we advocate thoroughly for you to have fair treatment throughout your divorce and any ensuing custody, visitation or child support issues.

Get Our Help To Resolve Your Divorce Challenges

You are not alone throughout your divorce; you can have Robinson & Clapham as your ally. Reach out to us to schedule an initial consultation about our services. You can call our Providence office at 401-661-8287, call our Wakefield office at 401-783-3600 or send us an email.