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You may expect getting off the Arkansas Sex Offender Registry to be to difficult and expensive. At Wilson & Haubert we offer two price options. Two are flat fees – one price for the entire process, beginning to end. The third is reserved for complex cases. Most cases are not considered “complex.” Here are the three cost options for being
We offer a few different pricing options for evictions depending on how they’re owned and how comfortable the client is with the legal process. The two main options we have are a limited scope representation and full representation. Eviction is Arkansas are known as an “Unlawful detainer” is just the legal phrase for what the tenant is doing, and is
In Arkansas, when a court is deciding custody and visitation of a child, they look at the “child’s best interest” standard. This is a standard made up of many factors. Those factors can vary in the way the court weighs them and how many factors there are, both positively and negatively. To help you better understand the test for a
This is a question we are asked all the time. When can the police stop my car? The answer is: when the police have reasonable suspicion they may stop your vehicle. What is Reasonable Suspicion? Under Terry v. Ohio, an officer may only stop a vehicle if that officer has “reasonable suspicion” that the driver has committed, or is about
One of the greatest fears people have about aging is loss of health and ending up in a nursing home. How are you going to afford to pay for long-term care? There are basically four ways to pay for the cost of a nursing home: Long-Term Care Insurance- Long Term Care Insurance is the best option by far.
Under Arkansas law, you can be sentenced to probation to avoid going to jail. If you are on probation, you want to make sure that you do everything you can to avoid a probation revocation. As you probably know, your probation can be revoked for many reasons, including failing drug tests, missing appointments with your probation officer, failure to complete treatment