Couples in Arkansas that get divorced while they have minor children still at home often need to determine child support payments from one parent to the other during the course of their divorce settlement discussions. Which parent must pay child support is one of the decisions to be made and may be influenced by how much time the children spend with each parent. The other decision that needs to be agreed upon is how much child support will be paid from one parent to the other, how frequently and for how long.
If you have been named a guardian in an estate over a minor child or adult, then it is imperative that you understand what your responsibilities are. Being a guardian is a very serious matter than requires you to do specific things. According to the Arkansas State Legislature, you can even be held personally liable if you make the wrong decisions as a guardian.
It is common for people to love a house but not really love the location of it. When this happens, you may have an option to move the house. However, moving a house in Arkansas can be a difficult process. It requires a lot of paperwork before you can actually plan the move.
When it comes to your divorce, one of the most difficult situations you will deal with is determining eh custody of your children. Everyone will likely have an opinion and want the court to rule a specific way. This includes your child. However, the wishes of your child during a custody case may not always be considered by the court. According to the Child Welfare Information Gateway, Arkansas does not require the court to consider your child's wants at all when deciding custody.
Losing a loved one is a difficult time for the family and friends grieving while also tasked with carrying out the deceased’s final wishes. This emotional, potential tense time can be fraught with challenges, particularly if an out of date estate plan adds only more confusion.