Fayetteville Family Law Attorney
Dedicated Family Law Partners
When you are going through a divorce, you need the partnership of an attorney with a mission: To achieve the best results possible in your divorce decree, results that will enable you to move on confidently. We offer our clients aggressive protection and the benefit of a strong and steady legal partner.
Arkansas requires divorcing parties to provide “grounds” or reasons for divorce, the most common of which are “general indignities” or “continuous separation for 18 months.” We take care to explain all of your legal options and determine the grounds for divorce that are appropriate in your case. Our goal is to give you enough information to make informed decisions at each stage of the divorce process.
High-Asset Divorce Attorneys
The attorney you choose in a high-asset divorce involving numerous assets is of the utmost importance. When a family business or a professional practice is at stake or when a couple has accumulated significant assets in the form of retirement benefits, stock options, etc., Hogue Law Firm PLLC has the experience and resources to expertly value and divide them.
High-asset divorces and alimony legal issues are among the most contentious divorce and family law matters our firm handles. Determination of alimony in Arkansas is largely at the discretion of the judge; however, at our firm, we do our research and fight fiercely for the best possible result.
Child Custody And Support Lawyers
Lawmakers in 2013 passed a bill that calls for the “approximate and reasonable equal division of time” with children between parents in divorce proceedings. Our knowledge of the judicial landscape puts us in a good position to anticipate how your case will evolve in the courtroom. Historically, joint child custody is not favored in Arkansas. When both parents agree, however, the court may approve a joint custody arrangement.
Legal Help Even After The Divorce Is Over
You may be waiting anxiously for the day the divorce is final, but circumstances change over time, especially after a divorce. It is not uncommon to need to make post-divorce modifications to the final decree when there are significant changes in income, need or lifestyle. We can help you move for modifications in:
- Child support
If you are already divorced, but are having difficulty enforcing the divorce decree with regard to child support or alimony, our lawyers can help. Recent changes in Arkansas law make it easier to collect child support payments from a reluctant parent.
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Our fees are competitive, billed hourly.