About Patricia SullivanAttorney Patricia A. Sullivan is the founding lawyer at the Rhode Island law firm, The Law Office of Patricia A. Sullivan. Ms. Sullivan earned her Bachelor’s degree magna cum laude from Stonehill College, and her Juris Doctorate degree from Western New England College – The S. Priestly Blake School of Law. She is a member of the Rhode Island Bar Association, and is a former member of the Edward P. Gallogly Inn of Family Court, where she earned the highest rank of Master. In addition, Attorney Sullivan is a family court bail commissioner, a certified family court guardian ad litem, a standing master in chancery, and a civil arbitrator. Ms. Sullivan is distinguished as the first woman attorney of the Rhode Island Legislative Counsel, and the first woman legal counsel to a Jaycee Chapter. In 1981, Attorney Sullivan established her firm, where she is committed to providing compassionate service and trusted legal guidance for individuals going through divorce and other family law matters. If you would like to find out more about retaining the representation of Attorney Sullivan, be sure to call the firm at (401)249-0682.
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- Family Law
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The Importance of Establishing Paternity What is Sole Custody of a Child? Can I bring a friend or family member to the free initial consultation? What is a collaborative divorce? Client Reviews I was recently served with papers for a family court matter and I have decided to represent myself. Am I eligible for a free initial consultation? What is a Qualified Domestic Relations Order "QDRO"? Who is Deana? Does Patricia A. Sullivan practice divorce & family law in Massachusetts?
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