Most divorces ultimately are uncontested, with one party waiving grounds to divorce and consenting to the decree. However, some are contested and grounds must be proven. Grounds in Arkansas are impotency, felony conviction, habitual drunkenness for one year, or other general indignities (e.g., rudeness, hatefulness, or contempt). Our attorneys will sit down with you and review your issues to determine the best approach for divorce, tailored to your situation.
Areas of one's life involving divorce, child custody, child support and even adoption have a profound influence and long-lasting effect on the family's future. Seeking competent legal assistance is vital to achieving a favorable outcome.