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October 2018 Archives

Some widely held prenup-linked notions are just wrong, Part 2

We gave some kudos to rational thought regarding marriages on the near horizon in our preceding blog post. We noted in our October 23 entry that “down-the-road prospects for marital success can certainly owe more to some timely analytical focus than to fuzzy visions of enduring marital bliss.”

Your divorce in Arkansas: Know the basics

Adobe Robertson8.jpegWhile a divorce might sever legal ties between a husband and wife, there are many things you need to do. You'll have to settle your separation by dividing your property and you'll have to come up with custody arrangements if you have a child.

Do you know your rights as an unmarried Arkansas father?

Adobe Robertson7.jpegThe law in Arkansas allows fathers who never married the mother of their child the right to seek visitation, shared custody or even sole custody of their children in certain situations. Educating yourself about your rights as an unmarried father can help you determine how to proceed with asserting your rights as a dad.

Insurance an obvious concern for many divorcing Arkansas spouses

Robertson, Oswalt & Associates attorneys get that you have a lot on your mind as a divorcing Arkansas spouse. Our well-established Little Rock legal team routinely provides empathetic and tailor-driven representation to diverse and valued clients across a wide spectrum of concerns.

Bankruptcy: You have options if you are in financial trouble

Adobe Robertson6.jpegWhen you hear the word bankruptcy, do you think of someone who has misused their money or spent ignorantly? Unfortunately, this is what many people think of when they consider bankruptcy. For this reason, many people do not turn to bankruptcy when it would be helpful to them. Bankruptcy is actually a way to help yourself overcome the challenges that you face financially. These problems may not be any fault of your own. You may have gotten hurt, suffered the loss of a job or suddenly had to take on more expenses than usual. The reality is that almost anyone can end up in bankruptcy for a variety of reasons.

What can an Arkansas planner do to curb estate taxes?

Most people in Arkansas and elsewhere understandably find state and federal taxation to be both complex and a constantly moving target. Few of us manage to avoid at least an occasional headache when trying to closely estimate tax-linked outcomes.

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Little Rock, AR 72202

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Phone: 501-588-4451
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17724 I-30, Suite 8
Benton, AR 72019

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Heber Springs Office
307 West Spring Street
Heber Springs, AR 72543

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Conway Office
1237 Front Street
Conway, AR 72032

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