RHODE ISLAND FAMILY LAW AND DIVORCE LAWYER
Attorney Larsen is available to help with your needs in Family Court including divorce, child custody, support, visitation, and post final judgment motions.
Divorce and Family Court cases are difficult and fraught with emotions. No two cases are alike. It is imperative that you are represented by a competent, compassionate attorney who will clearly guide you through the court process.
Although it is common for divorces to be uncontested, Attorney Larsen is able and ready to litigate your case should a trial become necessary. It is imperative that your case be handled by a true litigator with extensive courtroom experience in order to achieve a successful result. Attorney Larsen will strategize with you and discuss potential outcomes from day one.
Attorney Larsen handles a wide array of family court cases in each of Rhode Island's four counties. She has the skill, sophistication, and experience to represent high-net-worth clients who possess significant financial assets including businesses, investments, retirement accounts, and vacation homes, but Attorney Larsen also handles many simple divorces where there are few assets.
Regardless of your net worth, the most important component to any divorce or custody case is your children. If your primary issues are related to child custody, support, and visitation, Attorney Larsen is prepared to zealously advocate for what is in the best interests of your minor children. Attorney Larsen considers the needs of minor children of the utmost importance in every case. Should you be the parent with primary placement of your minor children, Attorney Larsen will fight for a Child Support Order that is fair and equitable. Attorney Larsen will consider your minor children first when it comes to all decisions relating to how to best proceed with your case.
Your case is important to Attorney Larsen and she will take the time to listen to your concerns and explain the court process. Attorney Larsen will always be prepared to counter arguments of opposing counsel and advise the Judge of the facts. She strives to respond to all communications within 24 hours and is available via text, e-mail, and phone.