Rhode Island Juvenile Law Lawyers
In Family court, Attorney Larochelle has litigated many types of cases, including complex divorces, contentious child custody matters, and unusual visitation situations. Attorney Larochelle is certified by the Rhode Island Family Court as a Guardian Ad Litem.
Attorney Larochelle applies his extensive criminal law knowledge and experience to representing clients in all criminal matters - from serious felonies such as murder, sex crimes,...
Attorney Heberg believes in being accessible to clients. Be assured you will be kept well informed of the progress of your case, with your phone calls promptly returned. Evening or weekend appointments are available, and if it becomes necessary to meet either in your home or health...
However, my years of criminal experience makes me an invaluable asset to have representing you as your attorney when you get charged with a criminal offense. I have tried cases ranging from...
Rhode Island Juvenile Law Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
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