Legions of divorcing parties in Arkansas and nationally are now on the clock, trying to complete a cram course on alimony prior to the end of 2018 and potentially acting upon what they’ve learned.
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We noted what is almost a truism in family law in a blog post from earlier this autumn. We stated in our September 25 entry that marital partners “often work long and hard to accumulate wealth, and it is logical that they want to see it equitably distributed during the divorce process.”
“Thou shall not commingle.”
Tax writer and adviser Julian Block notes that many women coming to him for divorce-linked advice essentially fall into three buckets.
I’m focused presently upon some pressing family law issues. Estate planning is a different consideration, and I’ll deal with it later.
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.
Do you believe that hiding marital assets is a problem in some divorces? More pointedly, do you suspect that it might be a reality in your dissolution proceeding?
Arkansas residents looking for a law firm to effectively handle a family law matter will quickly find that there is little challenge linked with finding ready and willing legal advocates.
Although commentators offer up various reasons why America’s younger marrying crowd is increasingly embracing prenuptial agreements, they strongly agree on one thing.
If you’re a divorcing woman in Arkansas or elsewhere, you’ve got two choices for consideration in today’s blog post: the old study or the new study.