There’s a lot of debate in legal circles regarding virtual lawyering. What is it? Is this just a fad? Is it even lawyering at all? Virtual law firms are REAL law firms. These firms are operated by real attorneys, offering real legal services, utilizing technology to...read more
Child Support Really is For Your Child July 30, 2018 By Rachel Smith Child support is one of the most misunderstood aspects of family law cases (which includes divorces and custody and visitation cases when the parents are not married). There are so many reasons that...read more
5 (Potentially) Life Changing Situations Where You’ll NEED a Family Lawyer June 8, 2017 When a situation arises that affects your family, you may wonder whether or not you need outside help. There are many times where it is not in your best interests to go it alone....
Whether you’re young and healthy or you’re getting later in years, writing a will isn’t easy. You should consider a variety of factors when writing a will.
If you want to gain custody of your child, it will be one of the most important things in your life. Custody cases are a difficult process for both parents, and it’s even more difficult to win as a father.
Did you know that the average cost of divorce in Arkansas is estimated at $11,100? If you have kids, the average cost jumps to $16,700. And if you don’t settle and you head to trial those numbers double!
So last week I was listening to the radio and the hosts were discussing trends in divorce. According to some survey divorces were at an all time low last year, lowest in 30 or so years.
Newly divorced or divorcing, whether celebrating or grieving, it can make for a difficult holiday season. Don’t fret. You are in good company.
I spend at least half of my time talking clients down from a frenzied panic after they are served with their divorce papers.
When it comes to family law issues, there are a lot of things to consider. There is also a lot of speculation and assumption about what is and is not the law.
Focus on the future, not the past. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, you can’t “win” in a divorce. It is almost unheard of for you to get everything you want or ask for in a divorce.
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