Rhode Island Family Law and Divorce Lawyer

Divorce | Child Custody | Family Law

Attorney Christopher Heberg is an experienced Rhode Island Divorce Lawyer, and Family Law Attorney. And although he does encourage settlement and compromise‚ there are frequently instances where an agreement simply cannot be reached.
Christopher E. Heberg
That is when you need an aggressive litigation lawyer who knows Rhode Island law at your side to vigorously protect your rights. Attorney Heberg's experience and expertise rivals that of even the largest and most well–established family law and divorce firms in Providence as well as the State of Rhode Island.

Serving Greater Providence and all of Rhode Island

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Rhode Island family law and divorce lawyer Attorney Heberg serves individuals and families in the Providence, RI region including Cranston, Coventry, Cumberland, East Greenwich, East Providence, Johnston, Lincoln, North Kingstown, North Providence, Pawtucket, Riverside, Smithfield, Warwick, West Warwick, Warren, Woonsocket, Bristol and Barrington, Rhode Island.

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Divorce and The Best Interests of the Child

When you’re going through the divorce process and negotiating child support and custody issues, you’ll hear the term “best interests of the child.” The court will consider a number of things in determining the best interest of a child, including the new family lifestyle the children will experience after a divorce and where the court […]

Preparing for the financial side of Divorce Mediation

Divorce is almost always a painful process. Determining how to divide assets and determine their cash value is often a difficult and bitter end to a relationship that did not work out. Emotions run high, even in an amicable divorce. Therefore, being prepared is the best way to ensure both parties receive their equitable and […]

Divorce Modifications in the State of Rhode Island

In the state of Rhode Island, overturning an official Decree of Divorce, rendered by a Judge after a testimonial hearing, requires an appeal. This must be done within a short and specified timeframe, after the entry of the Order of Divorce. An agreed upon, or Nominal divorce cannot be appealed. Unfortunately, the appeal process is […]

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