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Dads have legal rights that need to be protected

Many parents in Arkansas want to be involved in their child's upbringing. However, the relationship between the mother and the father this is not always possible and in many cases, parents need to split custody between themselves. Often this is the case with unmarried couples and couples who have been through a divorce.

What factors are used in child custody decisions in Arkansas?

People often love spending time with their children. Therefore, it can be very difficult to think about losing time with them due to a child custody dispute. Child custody disputes can be full of raw emotions as parents try and figure out how they will split time with their children. A child custody dispute can arise with unmarried couples or when married couples go through a divorce. In either case, Arkansas family law courts will make a child custody determination if parents cannot come to an agreement on their own.

Arkansas man faces charges for taking custody of child

Residents in Arkansas feel very passionately about many issues. However, when it comes to a person's child, there are very few things that override a parent's love. People will often do anything and everything they can in order to make sure their children are happy, healthy and safe.

A father's involvement can improve a child's life

Children have a lot of needs. These needs are often filled by both the child's mother and the child's father. However, not every father is actively involved in their child's life. In today's society it is not unusual for a child to live in a single-parent home. In fact, many residents in Arkansas are not actively involved in their child's life. This may be by choice or the other parent may be preventing a relationship from occurring.

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