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March 2015 Archives

The number of Americans who marry twice or more is increasing

Even though the end of a marriage may be a stressful and overwhelming event, many individuals still consider remarriage to end stress and loneliness. A recent census report states that more Americans have remarried more than once, including residents of Little Rock, Arkansas.

Child custody and visitation issues faced by military parents

While the issues pertaining to child custody and visitation for military parents in Arkansas and the rest of the country are becoming more complicated with time in the United States, the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws has drafted the Uniform Deployment Parent Custody and Visitation Act, which is aimed to address custody and visitation issues confronted by the parents who are deployed while in military service.

Strategies for promoting better parenting in Arkansas

Parenting skills can make or break a child's future, so lawmakers in Arkansas have designed some strategies that promote better parenting and responsible fatherhood. These programs encourage divorcing parents or fathers to give proper care and child support to their children so that their education and future do not suffer. Here are some strategies by the state legislators that promote better parenting for the upbringing of their children.

Importance of joint property division after divorce in Arkansas

Divorcing couples in Arkansas can face tough times after the divorce becomes final. If a divorced couple fails to separate their estate plans or update financial arrangements in a timely manner, family members may be battling with ex-spouses or their former in-laws to attain certain assets and death benefits. Under the law, after death, property may automatically go to a spouse or to his or her family, if certain beneficiary designations are not updated.

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