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Representing Arkansas Families In Divorce and Family Law Matters
Representing Arkansas Families In Divorce and Family Law Matters

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Is your inheritance really yours?
Take a minute to read this article that discusses several ways in which people “lose control” of their inheritances. That is, if they commingle inheritance money with their spouse’s money, they risk having to share the funds in the event of a divorce. If you are wondering what could happen to your inheritance or want to protect one, an attorney should be able to help.
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How Can Ex-Spouses Raise Children Together?
Click on this article if you need to learn how to co-parent with an ex-spouse. A divorce can completely change the dynamic of a family, but it does not change the needs of the children nor the roles of the parents. Find out how maintaining a respectful relationship with your ex, providing complete focus on the children, supporting your ex’s parenting decisions and explaining the need for the divorce to the children can help you successfully co-parent.
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Three property division mistakes in divorce
Check out this article about three of the most common mistakes divorcing spouses tend to make when negotiating how to divide marital assets and property. Those mistakes include ending up house poor, settling too early, and overlooking the tax implications of a divorce settlement. By knowing about these common financial mistakes beforehand, anybody going through a divorce will be better equipped to negotiate a settlement that is in their long-term best interests.
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Arkansas alimony law
Read an article that summarizes current Arkansas alimony law, including two pending bills that would amend current laws if passed.
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Responsibility for debt after divorce
Check out this article about how responsibilities for debts are divided following a divorce. While a divorce decree will often specify which spouse is responsible for a debt, people should be aware that such decrees are limited. So long as an account is in both spouses’ names then most creditors will hold both spouses responsible regardless of what a divorce decree says. This article looks at a few steps people can take to avoid unwanted debt surprises after a divorce.
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