Property Tax Sales in Arkansas

Tax sales are a special type of foreclosure sale that are conducted by the State to recover delinquent property taxes. Buying tax delinquent property in Arkansas has become an increasingly popular investment opportunity with many investors and even some individuals...

Civil Law | Property Disputes   •    Dec 11 2020


Over the Line: Misplaced fences, roads and other boundary disputes

Over the Line: Misplaced fences, roads and other boundary disputes There’s an old saying, “Good fences make good neighbors.” While that may be true normally, sometimes a neighbor’s fence is out of place and on your side of the property...

Someone Placed A Lien on My Property, What Can I Do?

Having a lien placed on your property can be detrimental to the title of the property. A Materialman’s or Mechanics lien will “cloud the title” of the property. This means that the lien will appear in public records. This also...

Civil Law | Property Disputes   •    Dec 4 2019


What is Title IX?

[video width="1920" height="1080" mp4=""][/video] What is Title IX? Title IX is a group of federal statutes which govern the rules of conduct for individuals enrolled in education institutions, among other things.  Institutions that fail to comply with federal Title IX...

Administrative Law | Civil Law | Title 9   •    Dec 2 2019


Should I have an attorney review my small business contract?

[video width="1920" height="1080" mp4=""][/video] wh Law frequently reviews vendor and sale contracts for family-owned and small businesses.  We do so to ensure that the contract is clear and to ensure that the contract actually provides protections for you. In addition,...

How Do I Serve Someone?

  “It may be the devil, and it may be the Lord, but you’re gonna have to serve somebody.” - Bob Dylan Although I think Dylan was making more of a theological statement than a legal one, it is true: At...

Civil Law | Family Law   •    Sep 28 2016


How Do I Keep Someone Away From Me?

It’s no secret: Family quarrels bring out the worst in people. Many have said that family disputes are usually pretty good people on their worst behavior. In a perfect world, people would have their dispute, reach a reasonable compromise, and then...

Civil Law | Criminal Law | Family Law   •    Jun 6 2016


Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act Explained

Our subject today is the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act. There, I said it. This blog exists for a few different reasons, but this is the biggest one: We want to explain how laws that you otherwise would not...

Can You Serve Someone Through Facebook?

Apparently so—at least in New York. Here’s the gist of the story from the Socially Aware blog: In a little-noticed decision, Matter of Noel v. Maria, Support Magistrate Gregory L. Gliedman—a Staten Island, New York family court official—recently permitted a...

Civil Law | Family Law   •    Oct 17 2014