Going Your Separate Ways

Protecting Your Rights In A Difficult Transition

Ultimately, marriage is about love and family. When disputes arise and divorce is the only answer, however, marriage quickly becomes primarily a legal issue. If you are facing divorce, you will likely need to fight to obtain legal rights to own a portion of the marital property, receive or pay money to assist in the care of your children, or live with or visit your minor children.

We Know The Territory

At the Worsham Law Firm, P.A., we have helped hundreds of people throughout Little Rock, across Arkansas, and from dozens of other states and countries. This involves dividing property such as real estate, bank accounts and retirement accounts. For divorcing spouses with children, divorce involves determining child custody and child support arrangements. Whenever children are affected by divorce, our firm keeps their best interests in mind at all times.

A Legal Force On Your Side

We have negotiated and litigated hundreds of divorce proceedings, and are fully experienced in all aspects of family law. While not unnecessarily adversarial, we are highly aggressive whenever necessary to advocate for our clients' family law rights. We can help you with challenges relating to:

  • Marital property: An experienced lawyer can fight for your right to savings and retirement assets, businesses, professional associations, real estate property, including first homes, second homes and rental property.
  • Child support: We can work to get the support payments you need or can afford to pay, and can work to resolve issues relating to contempt and modification.
  • Spousal support/alimony: Alimony is not awarded in every divorce, but when it is, both parties should be assured that their individual rights and interests are protected. We represent clients in alimony determinations, as well as modifications when a significant change in circumstances has occurred.
  • Child custody and visitation: Attorney Richard E. Worsham provides education to other attorneys regarding child custody law and visitation law, by lecturing at Continuing Legal Education seminars, and is highly knowledgeable and experienced in child custody and visitation law.
  • Modifications: We assist clients seeking post-divorce modifications of child support, child custody and alimony.

Contact Our Firm Today

Get in touch with our Little Rock law office today to schedule a free initial consultation. You can reach us online or call us at 501-588-8120 or toll free at 888-851-4282.