Ken Kando, Attorney at Law
Personal and confidential legal representation.
All Rhode Island courts.
Member of R.I. Bar since 1984.
Also member Mass. Bar.
DIRECT: (401) 585-9110
OFFICE: (401) 826-2070
FAX: (401) 826-2071
U.S.MAIL: Centerville Commons, Bldg. 2
875 Centerville Rd.
Warwick, RI 02886
For informational purposes only. Always consult an attorney to obtain competent legal advice.
Other Legal Representation
Many areas of the law overlap into other areas of the law. For example, a Wrongful Death or Personal Injury claim can involve issues related to probate practice, or trusts and estate planning. Consider the following examples of legal issues that I have had experience with over the years:
When a person is a victim of a Wrongful Death, a probate estate must be opened in the probate court of the city or town where the person last resided.
A person suffering a catastrophic personal injury or a minor may need a guardian appointed by the probate court to care for him or her and/or may need a trustee to oversee the proceeds of a personal injury award.
A victim of a personal injury may desire a “structured settlement” to get periodic payments over a course of years, rather than a single lump-sum payment.
A person receiving a large personal injury award may have new estate planning needs, especially if he or she has children from a prior marriage or relationship.
Other areas of the law that frequently arise involve federal law, contracts, business agreements, boundary disputes, and claims for payment and defending against claims for payment.
Check the “Survey of Rhode Island Law” page under the “Legal Resources” link on the main menu (or the link below) for general information of select legal issues.
Over the course of 30 years I have represented many clients with these and other legal issues.
For legal matters beyond the scope of my practice, I can usually refer a person in need of legal or other professional representation to another attorney or other professional that may better address those issues.