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January 2014 Archives

Resolutions divorcing parents should keep

The third week of January is when most people who make New Year’s resolutions ultimately let them go by the waste side. The most common resolution to be dumped is the promise to lose weight. As a matter of fact, only 12 percent of people who make resolutions even achieve their goals. Against such an ominous backdrop, it seems foolhardy to suggest resolutions that apply to caring for children. However, for divorcing parents in Arkansas, they are worthy promises to keep for 2014 and beyond.  This post will highlight a few that should be adopted. 

How are bonus payments treated for child support purposes?

Child support is an emotionally charged topic in Arkansas for a number of reasons. For those who are ordered to pay support, they may feel as if they are subject to an unfair form of spousal maintenance. For those who receive support, they may believe that they do not receive enough to adequately care for the child or maintain a stable household.

Beware the pitfalls of prenuptial agreements

As 2014 begins, many people who accepted marriage proposals during the holidays are excited about the prospect of having the wedding of their dreams. What often accompanies dreams are the realities of dealing with financial, custodial and property issues in the event the marriage does not work out. With that, many newly engaged couples will sign a prenuptial agreement.

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