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Co-parenting as an alternative to bitter child custody battles

Divorced spouses in Arkansas may agree that child custody issues are often more demanding than the divorce battle itself. Generally, child custody is awarded to one parent and the other parent is required to pay child support. This custody decision made by the court is solely based on what it deems to be the best interests of the child.

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.

What do child custody disputes involve in Arkansas?

A slight complication can turn a child custody issue into a dispute that might ultimately have to be settled by a court. In particular, the linked issues of child custody and support often come up before a judge presiding over a divorce. While this is usually a tussle between the parents, it can involve grandparents as well.

Steps people must take when ex-spouses travel abroad with a child

In America, different states follow different child custody laws. For instance, in Arkansas, a court will base its decision on various factors that would serve the best interests of the child. It would prefer the child to have continuous contact with both parents or that the parents have joint custody, if they meet all of the court's criteria.

U.S. fathers seek international child-custody dispute resolution

Disputes over custody of minor children are common throughout the United States, including in Arkansas. International child custody disputes may be less common but their effects can be just as great on the lives of the parents and children involved.

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