Divorce in Arkansas - FAQs
This article answers frequently asked questions about divorce in Arkansas.
How Do I File for Divorce in Arkansas?
Have you decided on getting a divorce? Learn about the process of filing for divorce in Arkansas.
Uncontested Divorce in Arkansas
Learn more about how divorcing spouses in Arkansas can work together to decide all the divorce-related issues and ask the court for an uncontested divorce, which is faster and cheaper than the traditional process.
Understanding and Calculating Alimony in Arkansas
Learn more about how alimony is determined in Arkansas.
Adultery in Arkansas: Does Cheating Affect Alimony?
Were you or your spouse unfaithful? Learn if an affair is considered in a divorce settlement.
The Basics of Annulment in Arkansas
Do you believe your marriage is invalid? Learn the details of annulment in Arkansas.
Arkansas Divorce: Dividing Property
Are you figuring out how to divide your marital property and debts in a divorce? Here's what you should consider.
Child Custody in Arkansas: The Best Interests of the Child
Learn the standards Arkansas courts use to decide child custody.
How Domestic Violence Affects Child Custody in Arkansas
Learn about domestic violence and how it affects child custody orders in Arkansas.
Can Children Express Preference in Arkansas Custody Proceedings?
Wondering whether children can make their own decisions about custody? Learn more here.
Child Custody and Relocation Laws in Arkansas
How one parent’s proposed relocation can affect custody.
Child Support in Arkansas
Find out how child support is calculated in Arkansas, and how those payments can be modified or terminated.
Imputing Income for Child Support in Arkansas
Find out why and how courts in Arkansas will impute income for child support purposes.
Child Support Enforcement in Arkansas
Learn how to enforce child support orders and collect overdue payments in Arkansas.
Remarriage and Child Support in Arkansas
Learn how remarriage affects child support in Arkansas.
Paternity in Arkansas
Learn why establishing paternity is a critical step in collecting child support.
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