Experienced Guidance On All Aspects Of Divorce Law In Arkansas
Ending a marriage can be scary and overwhelming, regardless of whether it was your choice. There are many aspects to consider when it comes to separating your real and personal property, bank accounts, and retirement and investment accounts. If you have minor children, protecting their interests and doing what is best for them adds even more layers of complexity to the divorce process.
Empowering You To Move Forward
I draw on more than 15 years of legal experience to provide in-depth guidance on all aspects of your divorce, including:
- What custody arrangement is best for your children
- Child support
- Alimony (spousal support)
- Dividing up your assets
- Allocating your debts
- Avoiding going to court
My goal is to help you move forward with peace of mind by empowering your decision-making and making the process as stress-free as possible. I accomplish this by discussing with you the pros and cons of your case, listening to your input, and advising you on how a particular judge likely will apply the law to the specific facts of your case.
Experience With High-Asset Divorces
If you and your soon-to-be ex have a high-value estate, you may face a greater level of complexity when it comes to property division and alimony. You may need to address the division of retirement accounts through a qualified domestic relations order (QRDO). If one or both parties have a business interest, obtaining an accurate business valuation is important. In many of these cases, one party served as the breadwinner while the other stayed home to raise kids. In any high-asset case, the financial piece of the divorce picture can become a central focus.
I understand how to navigate these issues with care and meticulous attention to detail. Here, you can trust that your financial and property interests are in good hands.
Discuss The Next Steps With An Experienced Divorce Lawyer
No matter the exact circumstances of your case, I invite you to contact me online or by phone at 501-588-3427 to schedule a consultation to discuss your divorce. I can help you start moving forward in a direction that makes sense for you, providing individualized guidance and effective advocacy each step of the way.