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Does Arkansas law recognize different types of guardianships

Appointing a person to care for minor children of a parent who is unable to do so, either due to illness or incapacitation, is well-established legally, as well as socially. However, the circumstances under which a guardian is appointed and the manner of a guardian’s appointment have evolved over the years. As a result, today’s Read More

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Things to remember when considering adoption in Arkansas

For most people, a family is built around married spouses and biological children. Many, however, do choose to adopt rather than have children of their own. There are many different reasons for this, ranging from health-related issues to altruistic motives. However, adoption is not always well understood and, often, prospective parents are required to meet Read More

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Looking at the brighter side of divorce

To many residents of Central Arkansas, divorce is synonymous with bitterness and arguments. It may be beneficial over the long term, however, to look at the positive aspects of divorce. One commentator notes that a divorce often provides each partner the time needed to recalibrate their life. It is likely that, in the process of Read More

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Why is paternity a legal issue in Arkansas

The identification of a family as a unit comprising a wage-earning father, a caregiving mother and one or more children is an historical concept which, in recent times, has become outdated. Today, the father is equally likely to be the stay-at-home parent taking care of the children or not married to the mother of the Read More

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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 Read More

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