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Arkansas law allows men to accept or reject paternity

Most Arkansas citizens would probably agree that a child's biological father is likely to be more concerned about the best interests of a child than a nonbiological father would be. In one of our previous posts, we discussed voluntary acknowledgement of paternity of a child by his or her father, even though he is not legally recognized as the mother's spouse. The agreement is entered into by both the mother and the father.

How is property divided in Arkansas at the time of divorce?

Some residents of Pulaski, Arkansas, have gone through the pains of divorce and agree that a divorce emotionally and financially impacts all parties involved, including children. A divorce is usually followed by alimony, property division, child custody and child support. In order to have a secure financial future, it is important for spouses to first secure their interests.

Reports say ugly child custody battle ahead for Jeremy Renner

Residents of Pulaski County, Arkansas, will probably agree that a divorce between parents affects their children the most. If the spouses fail to resolve their differences concerning various divorce-related issues, such as child custody, child support, property division and alimony, it could turn bitter and hamper the emotional, mental and physical growth of their children.

Guardianship actions can help protect Arkansas children

The unconditional love parents feel for their children is irreplaceable. Sometimes, though, parents for some reason are unable to provide their children with that love and affection. Regardless of the reason, the end result is often a neglected child who can have serious issues as he or she grows toward adulthood. Children who develop without strong attachments to nurturing adults are well known to experience a wide variety of problems, especially those involving intimate relationships.

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