It is perhaps unsurprising that many people in Arkansas and nationally think quickly of divorced and/or divorcing parties when it comes to family law considerations.
After all, productive family law attorneys’ offices are unquestionably filled with people who are going through the divorce process or have post-dissolution concerns relating to custody/visitation, support and additional matters.
It certainly should be stressed, though, that unmarried individuals also — and frequently — have concerns relating to those just stated, with the same need as divorced or divorcing individuals to fashion sound and creative solutions to life matters that are fundamentally important.
The attorneys at Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates help them do that, with a seasoned legal staff operating out of multiple Arkansas offices focusing daily on crafting optimal family law outcomes for a truly diverse clientele.
Many people who come to our firm are, in fact, unmarried individuals, with our representation encompassing both so-called “straight” and same-sex couples.
Those valued clients have myriad and varied concerns, which is eminently understandable, given the complexity of the family law universe.
It is common, for example, for unmarried people with children to have pressing issues concerning custody and visitation. Life is flux. Things change. Schedules and arrangements arrived at through court order sometimes need adjustment.
Child support, too, is an area where a proven attorney’s knowledge and representation is often focused. In some instances, obtaining a support order in the first instance is an imperative. In other cases, a modification may be required. Disputes over support also occur, of course, necessitating an experienced attorney’s input geared toward either enforcing an existing order or challenging it.
We note on our website that, whatever the family law issue needing resolution might be for an unmarried individual, our lawyers stand ready “to protect and assert” the rights of those relying our professional advocacy.