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Stay Safe on the Roads this Winter

We have already seen some devastating weather patterns this winter in Arkansas. In addition to the wet and icy conditions of winter, there have also been extreme wind patterns and even tornados crashing through the state. With winter still a reality for us for a few more months, it continues to be important to stay […]

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Jury Selection and Your Personal Injury Case

Once you have reached maximum medical improvement (MMI) for your accident injuries, your attorney is likely to submit a demand letter to the insurance company providing coverage to the person at-fault for causing your accident injuries. The demand letter will detail what happened in the accident itself, your injuries, your medical treatment for your injuries, […]

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How to Deal with Divorce During the Holidays

Are you heading into your first post-divorce holiday season? Even under the best of circumstances, the holidays can be difficult. It is a reality that, even though the holiday season can be filled with family, fun, and joy, it can also be stressful and emotional. Compound this with having undergone a major family restructuring in […]

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Reasons for Unequal Division of Marital Assets

Laws concerning the division of marital property in a divorce differ between states. Arizona is an equitable distribution state. This means that Arizona law requires an equitable, or fair, division of marital assets. Of course, some couples are able to reach an agreement about how the marital property will be divided or they can reach […]

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Considerations for Divorcing Before Retirement

The number of couples divorcing later in life has reached an all-time high in recent years. Sometimes referred to as “gray divorces,” it is now fairly common for couples to nearer to retirement to divorce. This can be due to a number of reasons. For instance, maybe the kids have grown up and they are […]

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The Role of Constitutional Violations in a Defense

The U.S. Constitution provides foundational rights for all Americans. These rights remain intact for those suspected of criminal activity and for those facing criminal charges. If your rights have been violated during any step that led to you being charged with a crime, then there may be certain remedies available or made available to you […]

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Do I Have to Pay Child Support If I have Joint Custody?

In Arkansas, joint custody refers to an arrangement where each parent shares substantial amounts of time with physical custody over their children. This arrangement allows both parents continuous as well as frequent interaction time with their children. The Arkansas Code Annotated empowers family courts in the state to award joint custody, but the guidelines make […]

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Grounds for Challenging a Wrongful Foreclosure

Have you received notice of foreclosure on your home? This can be scary, to say the least. You should not, however, lose hope. First and foremost, not all foreclosure actions are legally sound. Many foreclosure actions can be challenged as wrongful. This is, in large part, because there are extremely detailed and precise requirements that […]

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