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August 2015 Archives

Study questions the popular belief about the NFL's arrest rate

Right now, people throughout Arkansas are counting down the days until the start of the college football season, which officially starts next Saturday when the Razorbacks take on UTEP. Many others are also counting down the days until the start of the 2015 National Football League season, which kicks off Thursday, September 10.

Is there such a thing as too many when it comes to credit cards?

As hard as we may try to avoid it, we are constantly bombarded with advertisements for credit cards. While these solicitations often take the form of personalized entreaties arriving via the mail and email, they can also take a more subtle and indirect form like Internet banner ads and, of course, television commercials.

Understanding more about DWI and license suspension

In the immediate aftermath of an arrest for driving while intoxicated, it's understandable if your foremost concern is whether you will have to spend any amount of time behind bars. After all, incarceration could mean time away from school, work and, most significantly, family.

Why fights over money are the top predictor for divorce

It doesn't matter whether you are talking to a family member about your income, a friend about a loan or a co-worker about your debt, conversations about money can easily turn awkward. Indeed, even conversations with a spouse about money can rapidly become uncomfortable and sometimes contentious.

Tips for Millennials on how to get good credit, avoid bankruptcy

One time belonging to the baby boomers, the group that now makes up the largest segment of the United States population, is the Millennials, or Generation Y. These individuals—defined as being between the ages of 19 and 34—have different financial concerns than previous generations. According to a recent analysis conducted by Experian, they are the least credit savvy. To improve their financial position and possibly avoid having to file for bankruptcy, there are several things that members of this generation can do.

Consequences for federal drug conviction are serious

There is no question that anyone who is accused of committing a drug crime needs to take action to defend against the charges. This is particularly true when the charge is in a federal court. Convictions in federal courts are generally much more severe than comparable charges in state courts. A Little Rock, Arkansas, man knows this all too well.

How is property divided in an Arkansas divorce?

When couples seek out divorce, one of the most important concerns they bring to the process is how much each of them will get when everything is said and done. Different states have different rules when it comes to property division, with some states using an approach called community property and other states using an approach called equitable division.                     

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