Attorney Peter Comerford earned the 2018 Rhode Island Bar Journal Lauren E. Jones, Esq. Writing Award for his article, How to Win Land and Influence Policy: A Practical Guide to Adverse Possession in Rhode Island, published in the Rhode Island Bar Journal. Read the Award Announcement
Child support is a court-ordered financial obligation ordered to be paid from one parent to another. When two parents of a child separate, the court will issue a judgment against the non-custodial parent (the parent with the lesser amount of parenting time) to make a monthly payment to the custodial parent (the parent with the…
George L. Santopietro, Esquire is elected to the Board of Directors of Roger Williams University Law School.
“I found Coia & Lepore was highly respected in the area of workers’ compensation and I was very comfortable referring not only my family and friends but having them handle my case as well.” – by S.G.
The Rhode Island Women’s Bar Association (RIWBA) has selected Attorney Dadriana Lepore as their attorney of the month and has published an interview with Dadrianna in the Monthly Member Spotlight section of their newsletter.
“The attorneys always returned my calls promptly and kept me informed of the status of my case”. – by J.M.
“Coia & Lepore is committed to providing the highest quality representation to their clients. Their attorneys have outstanding credentials and are well respected among colleagues.” – by H.L.
Coia & Lepore, Ltd. wishes to announce that the Rhode Island Supreme Court has appointed James J. Lepore, Esquire, Chairman of the Rhode Island Lawyers’ Disciplinary Board.
Attorney Alfredo T. Conte from the law firm Coia & Lepore, Ltd. Sworn in As Rhode Island Workers’ Compensation Court Judge Governor Gina M. Raimondo Tuesday swore in Judge Alfredo T. Conte, the newest addition to the state Workers’ Compensation Court. “Judge Conte is an expert in his field,” Raimondo said. “He literally wrote the…
Mediation has become a popular option for couples in Rhode Island when they have decided to divorce. A couple who has agreed that their marriage has reached a point of “irretrievable breakdown” due to no particular fault of either party, may want to seriously consider mediation. A contested divorce can take years of litigation, costing…