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Posts tagged "High Asset Divorce"
Although the United States Supreme Court (sometimes SCOTUS) has spoken in an important family law case involving the rights of same-sex married couples, it may yet speak again.
Work hard on devising a tailored and effective divorce strategy, to be sure, if you're an Arkansas resident headed toward marital dissolution.
The above-cited "financial consequences" in today's blog post headline can range from paltry to severe in any given case.
State law in Arkansas concerning the listing of adults' names on birth certificates is in flux, and in a big way.
Certainly, every Arkansas resident who has ever been divorced or who is currently thinking about ending a failed marriage knows that there are many potential outcomes linked with post-divorce life.
We answer a number of questions regarding alimony (also commonly called spousal support/maintenance) on our website at the Arkansas family law blog of Robertson, Oswalt & Associates.
Any Arkansas resident who has ever gone through the divorce process will note that it is a difficult chore, even when no other competing concerns are present.
In some instances, legal concerns that seem to be fairly confined to one realm -- e.g., criminal law, real estate, business litigation and so forth -- are in fact centered on core issues in a single sphere, with little or no overlap into other areas.
In many Arkansas divorces and other decouplings across the country, the family home stands out as an outsized concern. For some readers, perhaps, the adage "elephant in the living room" comes to mind.