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AN EXAMINATION OF THE GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE IN RHODE ISLAND

Divorcing couples in every state are required to satisfy certain requirements in order to have their marriage dissolved by the courts. These requirements are known as "grounds for divorce" and vary from state to state. In Rhode Island, divorcing spouses must indicate the grounds on which they are pursuing a separation on their official divorce papers. Couples can separate on either no-fault grounds or due to the fault of one or both of the spouses.

NECESSARY DOCUMENTS DURING THE DIVORCE PROCESS

During a divorce, you will need to provide your attorney with several different documents. From tax returns to important receipts, these documents will be used to evaluate your financial situation for the purposes of determining the fair distribution of your assets between you and your spouse. Providing these documents voluntarily and thoroughly can be crucial to helping your attorney negotiate with your spouse and build your case in the event that your dispute should go to court. If you are in the beginning stages of a divorce, make sure you collect the following information to ensure that your attorney receives all that they need.

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