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Toll Free 888-857-3019 or 501-436-4498
Serving Central Arkansas Since 1964
Rice, Adams & Woodruff - Little Rock Divorce Attorneys
Offices in Jacksonville and Cabot to conveniently serve all of Central Arkansas
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Jacksonville Divorce Lawyers

Little Rock Division of Marital Property Lawyers

Divorce is a difficult process. Everyone knows that, even if they haven’t been through one. But, there are ways that you can make your divorce less difficult. Understanding the long-term implications of the decisions that you are making during the divorce is very important. Understanding the gravity of those decisions can help you see past the emotions that you are experiencing today to the future you are building when you make those decisions.

It can be hard to hold that perspective on your divorce while you are in the middle of it.

At Rice, Adams & Woodruff, Attorneys at Law, our Jacksonville divorce attorneys can help you set the pieces in place for the post-divorce life that you are envisioning. Our firm brings was founded in 1964 and our attorneys bring extensive legal practice experience to the aid of each client we help.

The Choices That Are Part of Divorce

Divorce involves both parties making decisions on weighty issues, such as:

  • Child custody and visitation — Given how important it is for people to be with their children, this issue often requires mediation. We have experience in dealing with the local pool of mediators.
  • Child support — Child support is established according to state guidelines, which use a formula. Deviations from that formula are allowed in certain circumstances. If your situation falls into one of those circumstances, we will make the case for a deviation.
  • Spousal support — Spousal support is not automatic in Arkansas. It and alimony are based on need, ability to pay and the length of the marriage.

Division of Property

The division of property can be very complicated. All assets and debts need to be divided between the parties. Further, there must be a determination if either party is the sole owner of an asset or if it is marital property. Apart from personal property, items such as the following must be considered:

  • Home
  • Cars
  • Retirement accounts
  • 401(K)
  • Debts

Contact Us

For experienced counsel regarding your divorce, call 501-436-4498, toll free at 501-436-4498 or contact us online to set up your free initial consultation. We accept all major credit cards for your convenience.