Neville Bedford

Neville Bedford

401Divorce.com
  • Divorce, Family Law
  • Massachusetts, Rhode Island
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Summary

With experience in legal matters ranging from business contracts and licensing to visitation and support obligations, Attorney Bedford gives each client individual and personalize representation to assist in reaching the optimal outcome in every matter. Employing years of experience in combination with proven technology and a compassionate approach to dispute resolution, you will find him through a referral from a satisfied client or somewhere on the Internet where he is a virtual advisor and counselor.

Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
Additional Practice Area
  • Legal Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    Email, telephone, or by appointment.
  • Contingent Fees
    Contingency fees for most personal injury cases
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    email help@401divorce.com to schedule a personal meeting.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
U.S. Supreme Court
United States District Court - District of Rhode Island
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
The Law Office of Neville J. Bedford
- Current
Education
Roger Williams University
B.S / BS International Business (2000)
Honors: Magna Cum Laude
Roger Williams University
J.D / Law
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Honors: CALI AWARD in Trusts and Estates
Awards
The Homeless Legal Clinic Award
Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless
for legal assistance to those who are homeless
Professional Associations
Sojourner House of Rhode Island
President - Board of Directors
Current
Activities: Sojourner House, an Advocacy & Resource Center for domestic violence victims in Rhode Island. Our agency serves as a leader assisting victims of domestic violence and their children. Since 1976, we have provided a safe haven for victims to reclaim their lives. Sojourner House offers a comprehensive network of support that helps victims of domestic violence rebuild their lives, piece by piece. The rebuilding process takes place on all levels, and supports our clients' physical and emotional well-being. Our help can begin with emergency support and crisis intervention, if necessary, and can also include providing shelter, counseling, legal advocacy, and addressing any other special needs a victim might have. Additionally, the agency supports the Rhode Island community in domestic violence prevention by offering a variety of educational and awareness programs. http://www.sojournerri.org/
Rhode Island Bar Association
Board of Bar Delegates
- Current
American Association for Justice
Member
- Current
Activities: For 65 years, the American Association for Justice, also known as the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA®), has supported plaintiff trial lawyers—as the collective voice of the trial bar on Capitol Hill and in courthouses across the nation and by providing exclusive services designed for trial lawyers. Get connected to the resources that thousands of trial lawyers use to be successful and grow their practices. http://www.justice.org
The Edward P. Gallogly American Inn of Court
Associate Member
- Current
Activities: American Inns of Court (AIC) are designed to improve the skills, professionalism and ethics of the bench and bar. An American Inn of Court is an amalgam of judges, lawyers, and in some cases, law professors and law students. Each Inn meets approximately once a month both to "break bread" and to hold programs and discussions on matters of ethics, skills and professionalism. Looking for a new way to help lawyers and judges rise to higher levels of excellence, professionalism, and ethical awareness, the American Inns of Court adopted the traditional English model of legal apprenticeship and modified it to fit the particular needs of the American legal system. American Inns of Court help lawyers to become more effective advocates and counselors with a keener ethical awareness. Members learn side-by-side with the most experienced judges and attorneys in their community. An American Inn of Court is not a fraternal order, a social club, a course in continuing legal education, a lecture series, an apprenticeship system, or an adjunct of a law school's program. While an AIC partakes of some of each of these concepts, it is quite different in aim, scope, and effect. American Inns of Court actively involve more than 25,000 state, federal and administrative law judges, attorneys, legal scholars and law students. Membership is composed of the following categories: Masters of the Bench;judges, experienced lawyers, and law professors; Barristers; lawyers with some experience who do not meet the minimum requirements for Masters; Associates; lawyers who do not meet the minimum requirement for Barristers; and Pupils; law students. The suggested number of active members in an Inn is around 80. Most Inns concentrate on issues surrounding civil and criminal litigation practice, and include attorneys from a number of specialties. However, there are several Inns that specialize in criminal practice, federal litigation, tax law, administrative law, white-collar crime, bankruptcy, intellectual property, family law, or employment and labor law. The membership is divided into pupillage teams, with each team consisting of a few members from each membership category. Each pupillage team conducts one program for the Inn each year. Pupillage team members get together informally outside of monthly Inn meetings in groups of two or more. This allows the less-experienced attorneys to become more effective advocates and counselors by learning from the more-experienced attorneys and judges. In addition, each less-experienced member is assigned to a more-experienced attorney or judge who acts as a mentor and encourages conversations about the practice of law. http://www.innsofcourt.org/Default.aspx
American Bar Association
Member
- Current
Activities: Advancing Lawyers and Law As the national organization of the legal profession, we welcome all lawyers and others interested in shaping the world of law. http://www.americanbar.org
Publications
Articles & Publications
Same Sex Divorce
WPRI Channel 12
Special Education in Rhode Island - Seclusion and Restraint
Rhode Island Bar Association
Speaking Engagements
Family Law From A to Z Training Class, NBI, Inc., Wyndham Garden Providence
NBI Inc
Family Law From A to Z 9/17/2015 - Providence, RI Full Agenda LEGAL UPDATE - A YEAR IN REVIEW Procedural Rules for Family Law Cases Case Law Update: Family Law DOMA Repeal Application of Recent Cases and Amended Statutes to Your Cases MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION - PROCESS AND PROCEDURE Prenuptial Agreements Annulment Legal Separation Divorce Checklist of Necessary Documents Typical Case Timeline and Basic Steps to Follow Sample Pleadings and Motions: What to Use and When DISCOVERY IN DIVORCE Social Media Tips and Tricks Discovery of Electronic Communications Locating Hidden Assets Model Letters and Motions (with Sample Forms) Discovery Abuses and Remedies CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION RIGHTS Petition for Visitation Petition for Custody Motion for a Change of Custody or Visitation Questions of Paternity Termination of Parental Rights The Rights of Grandparents and Other Relatives UCCJEA: Uniform Child Custody and Enforcement Act Checklist of Necessary Documents and Sample Forms FINANCE 101 FOR FAMILY LAW PRACTITIONERS Valuation and Division of Assets (Real Estate, Insurance, Stock Options, Retirement Plans) Tax Ramifications of Divorce Petition for Child Support Child Support Enforcement Options Drafting Clear QDROs - Do's and Don'ts Equitable Distribution when Debts Equal or Exceed Assets Bankruptcy Checklist of Necessary Documents and Sample Forms DRAFTING ENFORCEABLE TERMS IN CONSENT ORDERS AND AGREEMENTS ETHICS Client/Lawyer Relationship Attendance at Client Conferences by Friends or Family of Client Attorneys' Fees Communication With Adverse Party Malpractice Concerns COMMON AND NOT SO COMMON FAMILY LAW ISSUES AND ANSWERS The Emotional Side of Family Law - Strategies for Working With Families and Children Domestic Violence and How to Handle it When it's Part of Your Case Rights of Unmarried Parties - Cohabitation Agreements Representing Gay and Lesbian Parents Immigration Issues in Divorce Juvenile Court Collaborative Law Emancipation of Minors Adoptions Relocation
Certifications
Mediator
CMCRI 2008
Websites & Blogs
Website
Website
Legal Answers
492 Questions Answered

Q. I was recently a victim of domestic violence in the state of RI, I want to drop the charges, am I allowed to?
A: Speak with an advocate, or an attorney. The judges will likely have some important questions for you that you should be ready for.
Q. If I have full custody and placement of my children and their father has yet to petition for visitation can I moveout RI
A: To be sure, review the court orders with your favorite family court attorney to make sure all of the documents are in order before you implement your travel/relocation reservation/plans.
Q. I don't get my full order of child support can I request more if I feel it's not enough I only get half what they order
A: If you are getting cash assistance and food stamps, you may not receive any of the child support as the sate will likely intercept it to reimburse themselves for monies paid. Talk to your social worker and case worker.
Q. Is there a law or rule stating national guard members get 24 hours before returning back to work from training?
A: That is an excellent question. Here is a link to some of the NATIONAL GUARD/ ARMY Regulations to help you get started on your research.. http://www.ngbpdc.ngb.army.mil/pubs/350/350-1.pdf (116 Pages)
Q. Are credit card banks required to return monies you charged to pay someone's bail but in fact we were being scammed?
A: I just reread the second posting of the same question. You were tricked BUT you legitimately purchased ITUNES cards. That is a problem. Contact the Itunes seller and see if they might be able to reverse those charges and cancel the cards. It is possible you may have no recourse as you were duped into believing that law enforcement is now accepting ITUNES payments. Much like the bitcoin - western union and other scams that are operating.
Q. Would credit card bank have to return money you charged to pay someones bail then found out you were scammed?
A: Contact your credit card companies dispute resolution department and let them know you would like to dispute these fraudulent charges. Report the scam to the attorney general's office to help protect others.
Q. If i get back together with my husband but have a custody order do we have to go baxk to court
A: Talk to your lawyer about the necessity of modifying the court order to reflect the actual circumstances. Depending on what it says, they will best be able to advise you what changes are necessary, if any. If you don't have a lawyer, consider contacting one of the fine attorneys here on Justia whom offer Free, in person, confidential consultations.
Q. Husband. And i got back together but there is a custody order in place what do i do
A: Talk to your lawyer about the necessity of modifying the court order to reflect the actual circumstances. Depending on what it says, they will best be able to advise you what changes are necessary, if any. If you don't have a lawyer, consider contacting one of the fine attorneys here on Justia whom offer Free, in person, confidential consultations.
Q. What can I do if he sell the video without my consent ?
A: You should not sign any permission slip if you do not want the video posted. Yes, there are remedies for the posting any video without your permission. If that happens, speak to a lawyer or local law enforcement officer.
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Neville Bedford, Esq
321 S. Main St.
Heritage Building #500
Providence, RI 02903
USA
Telephone: (401) 348-6723