In Arkansas, courts require parties to submit a “Child Support Worksheet” when children are involved in a domestic matter. Some of the factors in a child support worksheet include, but are not limited to, how many children the parties share, the parents’ monthly income, the cost of the child’s health insurance,...
As everyone is aware, this summer the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, which had protected abortion as a constitutional right. Now that it has been overturned, states are able to enact their own laws regarding abortion. In Arkansas, our trigger law went into effect and was certified by the Attorney General.
Establishing paternity in the legal context may seem counterintuitive to a father who has signed his child’s birth certificate and has otherwise raised and supported the child since the child’s birth. However, in order to establish paternity legally, a father must petition the court to do so.
So the police want to talk to you. They have an interest in information you have. They are investigating something, maybe you know what they are investigating, maybe you don't. Maybe you are innocent, guilty, or something in between. Regardless, no matter the situation, you should never speak with law enforcement without an attorney...
We often hear drivers talk about having “full coverage insurance”. But what does that mean exactly? In the State of Arkansas, there are several auto insurance policy provisions that you should make sure to maintain to ease the stress inevitably caused by a car accident.