David Slepkow, Rhode Island Lawyer


Win Your RI Custody Case by Not Acting as a Moron!

13th January 2011
Winning your Rhode Island Child Custody case by not making dumb mistakes In my 13 years as a Rhode Island Child Custody Lawyer, I have seen many fathers and mothers make inane and stupid decisions during the course of Rhode Island Child Custody Proceed... Read >

Rhode Island Alimony Law

21st December 2009
Alimony is payments that one spouse may be ordered to pay another spouse for support as a result of a divorce.In Rhode Island Divorce, some spouses qualify for alimony from the other spouse. Alimony is also known as Spousal Support or Spousal Maintenance.... Read >

Forced sale of Real Estate in RI with Business Partner, Family Member, Significant Others -PARTITION

21st August 2007
A partition case in Rhode Island (RI) is an equitable, legal action in which a person corporation or legal entity can force the sale of real estate against another co-owner or life tenant. Partition cases can be a result of many different types of real pr... Read >

Criminal Misdemeanor in Rhode Island (RI) - Plea Agreements - Sentencing & What is a Conviction?

21st April 2007
This article explains pleas, plea agreements, criminal law and sentencing in Rhode Island (RI) for criminal misdemeanors.(Please call Rhode Island criminal law attorney David Slepkow at 401-437-1100 if you need legal advice.) If you are charged with a ... Read >

Rhode Island RI Common Law Marriage - "Fact Or Fiction"

21st April 2007
Fiction- If I live together with my boyfriend for over seven years then we are automatically common law married. This is a huge urban myth that is completely and totally false! In fact, a couple could live together for 35 years in Rhode Island and stil... Read >

Rhode Island Zoning, Planning And Land Use Law FAQS - Building Permits, Additions, In Law, Variance

21st April 2007
1) Do I need a building permit to construct a small addition to my house or a deck around my above ground swimming pool? Yes. Almost all construction at your home requires a building permit. Even the placement of a shed in your backyard necessitates a ... Read >