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.
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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.
Lawyers at a proven divorce law firm see an expanding universe of family-centric problems and concerns over time.
An Arkansas resident seeking a quick and definitive response from an experienced family law attorney concerning the optimal decision to make regarding the family home in divorce … is likely not going to get one.
Arkansas law requires a fair division of property between divorcing spouses. That standard is applied after considering all the marital assets that can be identified and valued in a union.
If you’re an Arkansas resident contemplating divorce or already involved in the dissolution process, you might take exception to the above post headline, especially if you view it as a directive from some third party.
Author, child psychologist and therapist are but three of many descriptors that apply to Joan B. Kelly, who has written scores of articles and books narrowly devoted to a single and most important subject.
We noted in our prior blog post the flat family law reality that some divorces are relatively civil and effected without much ado and that others, well, aren’t. A proven divorce attorney has ample experience ably representing clients under both scenarios.
Maybe you're an Arkansas resident whose divorce particulars are unfolding in civil and undramatic fashion. That is, you and your soon-to-be former partner equally understand that marital dissolution is the best outcome in your failed relationship and that there is no need to trample on each other to terminate your marriage. You and your impending ex have vowed to be reasonable and upfront about things, and both of you are honoring that pledge.