Experienced Family Law Attorneys in Little Rock

wh Law has represented thousands of people in Little Rock family law matters. We understand it is often the most stressful and important issue in your life.

No matter what type of family law issue you may be facing, having the right legal representation on your side can go a long way in helping you get what you want.

Whether you require strong representation for divorce, child support, modification, or another family law matter, it is important that you seek the advice of an experienced family law attorney who knows the law and has the ability to properly handle your case.

What a Little Rock Family Law Attorney can help with:

You can count on us to handle all of your family law concerns, from negotiating the terms of your divorce and ensuring that your children are cared for to getting your fair share of property or alimony. I deal with a wide range of family law issues, including:

You can schedule a free consultation to speak with a Little Rock family law attorney at any time.

Little Rock Divorce Lawyer

Whether drafting a prenuptial agreement or figuring out the division of property in a divorce, issues surrounding marriage are tough, but vitally important. In either process, there are myriad steps to consider. Our goal is to represent you and your interests in working towards the best possible outcome.

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Child Custody in Little Rock

Whether as part of a divorce or in relation to a paternity case, we handle all child-related issues such as custody and visitation, as well as support. Child support matters are relatively straightforward, as the amount of support is determined based on a formula.

We address mothers’ rights and fathers’ rights. Additionally, we can assist with stepparent adoptions and grandparent adoptions, as well as grandparents’ rights and custody issues.

Little Rock Child Support Lawyer

Determining the proper amount of child support is relatively simple in most cases, as the guidelines are dictated by Administrative Order 10 in Arkansas family law. However, it is important that the factors being considered are accurate and reflect the reality of your situation. To make sure you get a fair deal, it is important to work with an experienced lawyer.

Enforcing the Decree

One of the legal issues that no client wants to deal with is when the other party is not following the court order. In many cases, you worked hard with your experienced attorney to put a parenting plan together to solve your specific custody needs. Now you need a family law lawyer again because the other party is not following the court order.

Modifying the Decree

In order to modify anything after a divorce, there has to be clear evidence of a material change in circumstances. For instance, in modifying child support, a material change is a change of 10% or $100 per month.

By far, the most common orders that are modified deal with child custody, child support and visitation. Generally, if there has been a period of several years since your child support has been addressed, you are most likely due for a modification as incomes tend to rise over time.

Little Rock Family Law Attorney Blog

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Arkansas Child Custody During The Coronavirus  Many parents are asking questions about child visitation schedules and the Coronavirus. Below are common questions and basic guidelines. Overall, it is best to follow the court order. Remember that the judge’s duty is to consider what is in the best interest of the child (link to article) and Arkansas law wants…

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Can I get primary custody if my child wants to live with me? My child says he/she wants to live with me, will the Judge take that into consideration in determining which parent is awarded primary custody of our child?  Attorneys are often asked at what age can the minor child make their own decision about…

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Getting a Court Date over the Holidays

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