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Arkansas grandparents angry about placement of children

Parents in Arkansas should, ideally, be capable of taking care of their children. In most cases, it is best for children to be with their parents as they age. However, there are situations where children should not be placed with their biological parents. For one reason or another, these parents are unable or unwilling to Read More

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Unmarried couples and property division in Arkansas

Many couples in Arkansas choose to get married before living together and starting a family. However, people are not stuck to this traditional process anymore. In recent decades, many couples are living together prior to marriage and many are choosing never to marry at all. When this happens, unmarried couples need to understand that they Read More

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Is it possible to modify the terms of a divorce?

When couples in Arkansas make the decision to divorce, they must come up with an agreement that will work for them for years to come. If an agreement cannot be reached, the family law court will step in and make decisions on behalf of the couple. While an agreement can seem to be best in Read More

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Advocating for your child custody needs is important

Most parents will do anything they can in order to give their children the best possible life. When parents are in the process of divorcing, their desires to protect her children can lead to bigger disputes. Each parent may have a different vision for how to split their child’s time. Through the process of divorce, Read More

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Grandparent custody in Arkansas

Grandparent Custody in Arkansas How grandparents can get custody of  grandchild in Arkansas Parents take their responsibilities very seriously. This can lead to intense child custody battles when parents choose to divorce. However, parents are not the only people who take a vested interest in a child’s life. Oftentimes the child’s grandparents are also interested Read More

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Addiction issues can complicate a divorce

Ending a marriage can be a difficult decision for any person. There are many considerations that need to be made when a person in Arkansas decides to divorce. A divorce can be an emotionally draining, financially difficult and overall stressful time for children and parents alike. The concerns that come along with divorce can be Read More

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Who can be a guardian ad litem?

Anyone who has ever been involved in a child custody dispute or other family law matter in Arkansas probably understands that emotions can run high in these situations. In some cases, it can be difficult for people to see past their emotions in order to make decisions in the best interest of their child. In Read More

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The role and duties of a guardian ad litem

Arkansas family law courts hear many cases that involve heated tension between the parties. Children are often at the center of these controversies. The parents’ emotions can sometimes take over, leaving a child in the middle. When this happens, a child’s best interest may not be served. In order to protect the best interest of Read More

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Don’t let a child slip away, establish paternity

There are many complicated family law matters that parents throughout Arkansas may find themselves involved in. When it comes to their children, people often want to vigorously fight to save their relationship with their child. However, if order to do this the court must first recognize the person as the child’s parent. When a child Read More

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What is marital property in Arkansas?

When people in Arkansas get married, they often envision their marriage lasting forever. However, as most people understand, this is far from the reality. Every day people across the state of Arkansas choose to file for divorce. During the divorce proceedings, people will be asked to split their property into two. Each spouse then takes Read More

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