Divorce Lawyers in Little Rock, AR Putting Your Family First

When it comes time to file for divorce, one of the most important decisions you will make is choosing the right lawyer. At wh Law , we practice family law, and we understand that this can be a difficult time for your entire family. That’s why our attorneys dedicate themselves to putting your family first and making sure you have effective legal representation.

We have extensive experience in all areas of divorce, including:

  • Child custody and support
  • Property division/ marital property
  • Alimony/spousal support
  • Division of retirement assets
  • Domestic violence restraining orders
  • Military divorce
  • Uncontested divorce

No matter what your circumstances may be, our team is here to help and the best advice we can. We will work tirelessly to protect your interests and ensure that your rights are fully represented throughout the entire legal issues process.

What Am I Entitled to During My Divorce?

In Arkansas, the law requires that all divorces be granted on the grounds of irreconcilable differences. This means that there doesn’t have to be any specific reason for the divorce, only that the two parties are no longer able to get along.

Once the decision to divorce has been made, there are a few things that will need to be taken care of, including:

  • Property division: All property that was acquired during the marriage will need to be divided between the two parties. This includes things like the family home, vehicles, and any other assets that may be jointly owned.
  • Child custody and support: If there are minor children involved, a custody arrangement will need to be made. The non-custodial parent will also be required to pay child support.
  • Alimony/spousal support: In some cases, one spouse may be ordered to pay alimony or spousal support to the other. This is usually only ordered if there is a significant disparity in income between the two parties.

In order to ensure that everything is fair and equitable, it’s important to have an experienced attorney on your side who can help you navigate the complex legal process.

How Do I Know If I Have to Pay Spousal Support?

In the state of Arkansas, there is no hard and fast rule when it comes to alimony or spousal support. The court will consider a number of factors when making a decision on whether or not to award support, including:

  • The length of the marriage
  • The standard of living established during the marriage
  • The earning potential of each spouse
  • The age and health of each spouse
  • The custody arrangement for any minor children

Based on these factors, the court will make a determination as to whether or not one spouse will be required to pay support to the other.

Can a Divorce Attorney Help with Postnuptial Agreements?

Yes, a divorce lawyer can help with postnuptial agreements. A postnuptial agreement is a contract that is entered into by a married couple after they are already married. The agreement will typically outline how the couple’s assets will be divided in the event of a divorce or death.

A postnuptial agreement can be a valuable tool for couples who want to protect their assets and ensure that their wishes are carried out in the event of a divorce. An experienced attorney at our law firm can help you draft an agreement that is fair and makes sense for your unique situation.

What Can a Divorce Attorney Do For My Case?

A divorce attorney at our law firm can provide a number of services during the divorce process, including:

  • Helping to negotiate a fair and equitable property division agreement
  • Assisting with child custody and support arrangements
  • Drafting a postnuptial agreement
  • Representing you in court if necessary

An experienced attorney will be able to guide you through the divorce process and ensure that your rights are protected every step of the way. Schedule a consultation today to learn more about how we can help you with your legal representation. Call us at (501) 263-2398 today.

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