The West Memphis Three: Key Takeaways from one of Arkansas's Infamous Murder Cases

In 1993, three 8 year old boys (Christopher Byers, Michael Moore, and Steve Branch) from West Memphis, Arkansas were found murdered and floating in a nearby creek. It was a horrifying crime that not only shocked the people of Arkansas, but astounded many individuals across the U.S. 

What You Should Know About Divorce and Alimony

With the rising costs of daycare, more parents are opting to stay home with their young children. But in the case of divorce, the stay-at-home parent may be entitled to alimony from the primary “breadwinner.”

How To Navigate Custody Arrangements When A Parent Moves

Picture this: you’re divorced with a custody agreement between you and your ex. But recently you’ve decided to move closer to your family, take a new job, or leave the state. However if you have children with your ex, you may run into a few roadblocks depending upon your custody agreement.

Understanding Tree Law And When To Contact A Property Lawyer

You just bought a beautiful home, with plenty of foliage across acres. But here’s the issue: your neighbor’s tree branches into your driveway (or into your property line). If those branches fall onto your house or your car, you’re responsible for the damages — not your neighbor.

Why You Need An Attorney When Speaking To The Police

You hear a knock at your door…but you weren’t expecting company. Peering through the peephole, you see police officers outside.

What Happens When Someone Dies Without A Will?

Have you ever thought about how you’d like to die? The majority of people hope to make it to old age and pass away peacefully in their sleep or surrounded by loved ones.

Understanding How ACEs Can Impact Child Custody

Separating from your significant other when you have children involved can be difficult. Many parents worry about the level of care and treatment their child receives while in the care of their ex-partner — especially if their child returns from custody visits behaving differently.

Can the Claim of Parental Alienation Protect Abusers?

Though not a new term, parental alienation is quickly gaining recognition in courts nationwide. Arkansas, in particular, has taken a strong stance against parental alienation, passing laws like SB18. 

Co-Parenting During Spring Break

Spring break is fast approaching —- but for divorced or separated parents, this time of year can present unique challenges when it comes to co-parenting. From coordinating schedules to managing potential disputes, here’s how to navigate spring break as co-parents without issue.

Arkansas Property Laws: A Guide for Homeowners

Owning a home is a dream for many, but understanding the laws that govern property ownership in Arkansas can be daunting —- especially when Arkansas’s home ownership rate is 1.98% below the national average.