WomensLaw.org currently does not have information about custody law in Rhode Island. This section provides information about custody that is not specific to any state, including how to try to transfer your custody case to a new state where you are living so that you can modify the custody order from your new state.
In addition, we hope these links to outside sources may be helpful.
Rhode Island Legal Services has information you can read about on the basic custody process.
The State of Rhode Island Department of Human Services’ Office of Child Support Services provides the following information that might prove helpful:
- information about establishing child support and calculating a child support order;
- a list (schedule) of how much child support a parent has to pay based on his/her monthly income and the number of children s/he has;
- information about how to modify a child support order, including links to the forms to request a child support modification; and
- information about child support enforcement procedures.
WomensLaw.org is not associated with the above organizations and we cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information on their sites. We provides these links solely for informational purposes.