How does alimony work in Arkansas?

You may have concerns about how you will support yourself after divorce. In Arkansas, you may be able to request alimony from your former spouse. Review the factors that influence spousal support if you live in the state and plan to end your marriage. Types of alimony...

Child custody and relocation

The separation of children and parents is never easy. Limited quality time and missed milestones can be devastating for all parties involved. It can sometimes be difficult to adjust to new normals and find a good rhythm that works for everyone. When you have finally...

Arkansas divorces: Is fault a factor in the process?

Even though the U.S. Census Bureau reported a general decline in the nation's overall divorce rate in 2019, it remains high, with approximately 40% to 50% of marriages ending by non-death means according to the American Psychological Association. Arkansas topped U.S....

Pursuing ‘hand’ in divorce is the wrong approach

Those who obsessively pursue “hand” in their relationships undoubtedly pursue it in their breakups as well. “Seinfeld” fans understand what that’s about. George starts an episode complaining about how he has no control in a new relationship he’s in. “I have no power....

After a divorce, who gets the house?

In a divorce, your life can change significantly. Your marriage ends. If you have children, you will need to create a custody arrangement that meets their needs. Your finances will change as you begin to live in a single-income household. You and your spouse might...