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Dividing property in Arkansas, P.2

In our previous post, we began speaking about property division here in Arkansas. As we noted, courts in Arkansas use an approach to property division known as equitable division, the goal of which is to divide marital property fairly between parties. What exactly does equitable or fair mean, though?

Dividing property in Arkansas, P.1

Property division is an important aspect of divorce, whether a couple significant wealth or not. In cases where there are significant assets to divide, couples obviously have more to be concerned about, but couples with even modest assets to their name should not neglect to advocate for themselves when it comes to dividing up property.

Committed to assisting those with post-divorce financial problems

Once the decision is made to pursue a divorce, there is no question that things are rapidly going to become difficult from an emotional perspective, meaning difficult for the spouses, difficult for the kids, and difficult for friends and other family members.

Why are we seeing more 'gray divorces' here in the U.S.?

While we tend to think that couples who marry young are more prone to divorce due to their emotional immaturity and that couples with young children are also more likely to split owing to the stress of raising a family and pursuing a career, recent studies reveal that divorce rates among these groups have actually leveled off or even dropped in recent years.

Understanding more about the Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act

Life in the military, while rewarding, also presents a very unique set of challenges for parents, particularly those who are either single or divorced, as they must attempt to balance their demanding work schedules with their parental duties. This is especially true for those parents who have custody, but whose duties require them to be away for significant periods of time.

Coalition calls for more resources for diversion programs

A diverse coalition consisting of such groups as the Mental Health Council of Arkansas, the Arkansas Sheriffs' Association and the Association of Arkansas Counties has recently formed to try to find a solution to the pressing problem of overcrowding in state prisons and county jails, something that experts say is costing the state millions of dollars every year.

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