RILawyers Welcomes New Partner

in General


LEAP is a cloud legal software solution for small law firms wishing to become more efficient, more flexible and make more money! It allows everyone in a small law firm to work naturally using a single integrated system that enables you to do more w ...

RILawyers.com at the RI Bar Annual Conference

in General

RILawyers.com's booth at the RI Bar Association Annual Conference at the Rhode Island Convention Center. Come meet Dave Hendricks and Jenna Furlong. Dave is a nationally known legal practice SEO expert and has spoken at numerous bar associations acro ...

The Role of the Guardian Ad Litem in Family Court in Rhode Island

in Family Law & Divorce

The Guardian Ad Litem has the specific role of protecting a child’s best interest. In family court cases involving custody, visitation rights or abuse it is common that a Guardian Ad Litem is appointed to make sure the child is protected and th ...

What to do in a Fender Bender

in Automobile Accidents, General, Personal Injury

 

Car accidents happen all the time. It is likely that sometime during your driving career you will find yourself in a fender bender. When there is not much damage to either car and no one is injured, it can be unclear what to do next. Here i ...

What Happens When You Don’t Attend Jury Duty

in General


What Happens When You Don’t Attend Jury Duty
Serving on a jury is a civic privilege that comes with living in a country that desires to serve justice to its citizens. It is an important part of our national life, but it is hard to drop every ...

3 things you need to know about court appeals

in General


If you receive an undesirable outcome in a trial, you may be anxious to appeal. Often it seems as thought next natural step after losing a case is to appeal. However, there are three things you need to consider before you move forward with an appea ...

Top 10 things you must know before going to your court date

in General


Don’t go to your court date unprepared. Here are 10 things you need to know before your day in court.
 
1) Read Everything
You should have received correspondence in the mail regarding your court date. Read all of the paperwork c ...

What happens if I do not have the money to pay if I lose my case?

in Bankruptcy, General


Losing a case can be really difficult and challenging. It is emotionally tough and can be financially traumatic if you were counting on winning money or not having to pay money for the case. Here are some scenarios for what may happen and what you ...

How to Keep Your Tailgate Party Legal

in Civil Rights, General


Tailgating is a fun way to enjoy your favorite sports events, especially football. However, you are rarely ever tailgating on your own property, so it is important to know how keep your party legal so won’t have any unnecessary run-ins with t ...