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Arkansas Divorce Attorneys

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1. Tripcony Law Firm - Family Law, Divorce, Custody
Laws affecting husbands and wives, parents, grandparents, and children are constantly changing. Over the past several years, the Arkansas legislature and courts have established child support guidelines, provided for new forms of custody and modified the factors courts use in classifying property as marital or separate upon divorce. Recent developments in law affect the division of pensions, the tax consequences of divorce, collection of child support across state lines, and custody disputes between residents of different states.
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2. Howell, Trice, Hope and Files, P.A. Attorneys At Law
Howell, Trice, Hope and Files, P.A. is a successor to a law partnership initially founded by the late Senator Max Howell in 1955. Senator Howell served in the Arkansas House of Representatives from 1946-1950 and in the Arkansas State Senate from 1950-1992.
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3. Southern and Allen - family law, litigation, appeals
Southern & Allen maintains a reputation for excellence serving the legal needs for clients in Little Rock and throughout the state of Arkansas. We handle a full range of Family Law matters including adoption, divorce, separation, premarital agreements, paternity, custody, and child support issues. Family Law is the most personal area of our legal system. Let the capable and experienced attorneys at Southern & Allen help you with these confidential matters.
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4. The Baker Law Firm
The Baker Law Firm is a full-service, professional law firm serving individuals. Our firm is committed to quality, professional representation for all of our clients. Our commitment is to resolve all client matters in a prompt, cost-effective and satisfactory manner. The Baker Law Firm utilizes the most modern legal research techniques to ensure that our clients receive legal advice of the highest quality based on the most recent decisions of the United States Supreme Court and the Arkansas Supreme Court.
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5. Gill Elrod Ragon Owen & Sherman, P.A. Attorneys
We routinely serve as counsel to both plaintiff and defendant in complex divorce cases, regardless of gender, on issues involving custody, child support, spousal support, visitation, division of assets and debts and qualified domestic relations orders. We routinely serve as counsel to both plaintiff and defendant with post-divorce issues, regardless of gender, on issues including modification of custody, child support and visitation; collection of child support and spousal support; enforcement of provisions of orders, decrees or property settlement agreements; contempt motions and petitions to relocate to another jurisdiction.
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6. The Slinkard Law Firm - Rogers, Arkansas
Slinkard Law Firm, founded in 1972, has a broad-based general practice in Northwest Arkansas. The Firm is committed to providing the highest quality legal counsel, to providing clients with immediate access, and to taking a hands-on approach to each case. We recognize the importance of community involvement; each attorney, therefore, is very active in it.
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7. The Strother Firm, Mountain Home, Arkansas
Featuring frequently-asked Q and As about divorces. For instance: Q: How long does it take to get a divorce? A: Where no part of the divorce is contested, a divorce can be obtained within 30 days. On the other hand, if property, grounds for divorce or custody of children is contested, it may take six to 18 months before the divorce can be completed.
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