Michael L. Mineau Esq.
McKinnon & Harwood, LLC
About Michael L. Mineau Esq.Michael Mineau is an attorney at the law offices of McKinnon & Harwood, LLC. His practice focuses primarily on civil litigation, personal injury, contract and business law, construction law, family law, real estate, and probate.
In 2006, Michael graduated from Miami University in Oxford, OH and earned a B.A in Political Science. He then attended Roger Williams University School of Law and graduated with a J.D. in 2009.
Michael is admitted to practice law in Rhode Island state and federal court. In addition, he is a licensed title agent in Rhode Island. He serves on both the Technology in the Practice and Title Standards Committees of the Rhode Island Bar Association. In 2010, Michael was published in Hofstra's Journal of International Business and Law for his article entitled "Pirates, Blackwater and Maritime Security: The Rise of Private Navies in Response to Modern Piracy".
Directory Practice Areas
- Agricultural Law
- Personal Injury
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Visa, Mastercard, Discover, AMEX
- Contingent Fees
- Free Consultation
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
- Rates and fees discussed during consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|U.S. District Court, District of Rhode Island|
|Title Agent (National Association of Insurance Commissioners)|
|Attorney, McKinnon & Harwood, LLC|
|Associate Attorney, Kristine S. Trocki, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, LLC|
|Senior Notes Editor, Ashburn Institute Transnational Law Journal|
|Legal Intern, Rhode Island Board of Elections|
|Law Clerk, Smith & Brink, P.C.|
|Ralph R. Papitto School of Law - Roger Williams University||J.D.||Law|
|Miami University of Ohio||B.A.||Political Science|
|Member||Rhode Island Bar Association, Technology in the Practice Committee||2011-Current|
|Member||Rhode Island Bar Association, Title Standards & Practices Committee||2011-Current|
|Member||Newport County Bar Association||2011-Current|
|Member||American Bar Association||2011-Current|
|Member||Rhode Island Bar Association||2010-Current|
|Member||Newport County Chamber of Commerce||2010-Current|
|Board Member||Tuesday Night Athletic Foundation||2008-Current|
|Rising Star, Superlawyers|
|Member, Rhode Island Bar Association|
- Overall: 283rd
- This Year: 90th
- Overall: 2 Answers
- This Year: 2 Answers
Q: Who can serve divorce documents on a Rhode Island resident?
A: Per RI Dom. Rel. P. Rule 4: Service of all process shall be made by a sheriff or the sheriff's deputy, within the sheriff's county unless otherwise provided by law, by any other person authorized by law, or by some person specially appointed by the court for that purpose...
Q: On the RI probate form 9.1 what is Type of Petiton to be entered on the blank line?
A: This blank line is for the type of petition you are seeking to waive the notice requirement for. Because this form is used for different types of petitions (i.e. Petition for Probate of a Will, Administration Petition, etc.), you should fill in the blank with the type of Petition that your upcoming hearing is on. Check with the probate clerk in the applicable city/town if you are still unclear.
Articles & Publications
"Pirates, Blackwater, and Maritime Security: The Rise of Private Navies in Response to Modern Piracy." 9 J. Int'l Bus. & L. 63 (2010)
Hofstra Journal of International Business and Law
WEBSITES & BLOGS
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