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Proving cohabitation in an alimony dispute

Alimony, much like child support, is rarely static. An arrangement that made sense at the time of divorce may no longer be viable months or years later. Oftentimes, it is necessary for a modification - either raising or lowering the amount owed in monthly payments - or, in some cases, terminating the alimony arrangement altogether may prove necessary. When it comes time to attempt the modification or termination of an alimony arrangement, it is helpful for Arkansas residents to know what rights they have.

Increased divorce rates linked to improving U.S. economy

As many Arkansas divorcees are aware, the decision to separate can happen at any point in a couple's marriage. Sometimes a marriage lasts for decades before the couple realizes that their differences are irreconcilable. Other times a marriage may end mere months after the ceremony is complete. Every situation is unique, but one thing is clear -- divorce is oftentimes unavoidable when a marriage has reached the point of being irretrievably broken.

Valentine's Day conversation pieces for divorcees

As many Arkansas residents are likely aware, divorce affects how some holidays are celebrated. This is especially true for Valentine's Day. But this does not have to be so. People going through a divorce can use this time not to fester in resentment, but to have productive conversations with their soon-to-be ex-spouses.

Tips for requesting a prenuptial agreement

Probably the last thing soon-to-be married couples want to think about is divorce. But for many, it is necessary to plan ahead. The unfortunate reality is that, on average, about half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce. This is not to say there is a 50 percent chance that any given marriage will end in divorce -- every situation is unique -- but it is prudent to consider such matters. For those couples who want to protect property and financial assets before getting married, a prenuptial agreement can be helpful.

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