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Assisting Arkansas Families With Child Custody Issues

Parents want the best for their children, so when it comes to child custody disputes under Arkansas law it is no wonder that they often feel overwhelmed. At Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, in Little Rock, we know that family court can sometimes feel unpredictable or even unfair. Our clients can have confidence about things that are under our control. We promise you aggressive dedication to your best interests, thorough preparation of your case, clear and consistent communication, and creative problem solving.

Arkansas courts make child custody decisions based upon the “best interests of the child.” AR Code § 9-131-101. Under recently enacted law, there is a rebuttable presumption that joint custody is in the best interests of the child. Joint custody gives both parents the authority or input to make decisions about how the child is raised. Often, in a joint custody arrangement, one parent has primary physical custody and the other, noncustodial parent has visitation rights.

We Take Aggressive Action

Knowing our court system, we take a balanced approach to child custody law: our child custody attorneys take aggressive action and fight for our clients’ rights to see their children, but we also encourage them to be smart, thinking in the long term about the decisions they make. We can also help you petition for a modification when circumstances change or an agreement is not being adhered to and the court should intervene to help.

Although Arkansas courts make child custody decisions without regard to the sex of the parent, they do consider the roles that parents have in their children’s lives, like the breadwinner providing financial support or the caretaker at home.

Other child custody issues we handle include:

Fighting For Your Family

Contact Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, by calling 501-588-4451 or 866-311-3815 to talk with an experienced and knowledgeable family law attorney about your child custody concerns during an initial consultation. You may also contact us by email. We can help you understand the new child custody law and advise you on the impact it may have in your situation.

Our firm fights hard for your rights and the best interests of your children. We know how hard child custody fights can be, so we make sure that families make decisions that will work for them and their children, now and in the future. From our office in Little Rock, we are proud to help clients throughout Central Arkansas.