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How is Child Support Calculated in Arkansas?

When Arkansas parents separate or divorce, a child support order ensures that the children continue to receive the financial support they need to meet their personal needs and benefit from opportunities that would have been available to them had their parents stayed together. Although an essential arrangement, child support is an aspect of divorce that raises the most issues. Which parent pays and how much? And above Read More

Arkansas Child Custody and Relocation 101

If you are a divorced parent in Arkansas, you are required to follow the custody orders that were set forth by the judge when you got divorced. If you have physical custody (meaning the child lives with you) and your co-parent has legal custody (the ability to make decisions on the child’s behalf) or shares joint physical custody with you, you may have questions about whether or not it is possible to relocate out of Read More

Materialman’s Liens in Arkansas

Arkansas, like most states, has passed statutes protecting contractors and subcontractors against people or businesses who would take advantage of their hard work or materials. These statutes, however, require very specific notices in order for the laws to apply to any given job. If the notices are provided at the right time and to the right persons, subcontractors who are not paid for the work or materials they have Read More

Guardianship and Incapacity

What happens if you become incapacitated to the extent you cannot care for yourself? If you have executed powers of attorney, the answer is easy: the person or persons you designated in your powers of attorney can immediately step in and make financial or medical decisions for you. But if you do not have powers of attorney in place when you become incapacitated, the answer to that question is more complicated. Read More

Arkansas Child Support Calculations

Child Support in Arkansas – An Explanation One of the most ask questions any family law attorney will be asked is how much child support is owed. In Arkansas, that question is largely controlled by Administrative Order Number 10 (“Admin. Order 10”). Through Admin. Order 10, the Arkansas courts have established guidelines and procedures for defining income and calculating appropriate child support payments. These Read More