It feels like Halloween was just yesterday, but the season of gratitude is already here. As Thanksgiving approaches, families throughout Arkansas are gearing up to cook homemade meals and spend time with family — although this isn’t the case for everybody.
Appealing a court decision in Arkansas can feel like a daunting and intricate process. Whether you’re entangled in a civil or criminal case, having the right appellate attorney in your corner is vital.
An appeal is a legal process where a higher court reviews a decision made by a lower court to ensure it’s fair and just. Appellate law calls for a specialized skill set, making it crucial to find an attorney who can adeptly advocate for your interests.
Next, we’ll guide you through the essential steps to help you discover and choose the perfect appeals lawyer, also called an appellate attorney, in Arkansas.
November is the time we set aside to honor the families of our service members. It’s a chance for us to show our appreciation for all the sacrifices they make, from long deployments to moving around a lot, and the emotional toll of being separated from loved ones.
Do I have to pay child support if we have joint custody?
In many cases, if the parties share joint custody neither will be required to pay support. However, this is NOT a given. The court may require child support even in joint custody cases. The courts can deviate and reduce the amount in a joint custody situation. The child support guidelines generally consider it “joint custody” where each parent has at least 141 nights with the child. In joint custody cases, child support depends largely on the disparity of incomes: the larger the income disparity, the more likely the court will require support.
Halloween is a favorite holiday for many — especially for kids who eagerly anticipate dressing up as their favorite characters and going trick-or-treating. But ensuring the safety of children during this spooky season is a top priority, and laws play a significant role. In 2019, Act 463 (or Senate Bill 10 of Arkansas) introduced Halloween restrictions for registered sex offenders, with the goal of creating a safer environment for everyone. Whether you’re a concerned parent or have been convicted as a sex offender int he past, here’s what you need to know.
As the autumn season unfolds with its crisp air and falling leaves, it brings a sense of warmth and nostalgia to many. But for some, this change of seasons heralds the arrival of a distinct challenge: seasonal affective disorder (SAD). If you’re experiencing difficulty this time of year, it can be hard to get through, especially if you already have an unwanted strained relationship with your children.
As the crisp October winds rustle through the colorful autumn leaves, the eerie spirit of Halloween descends upon the Natural State. Now, we’ll venture into some strange stories and unexpected laws and the legal mysteries that blur the line between the living and the legal.
Halloween is a favorite holiday for many Arkansans with its ghostly decorations, creative costumes, and spooky festivities. But the law still applies even amid the fun and frights. Understanding local Arkansas regulations around Halloween can help you avoid legal pitfalls and ensure a safe and enjoyable celebration. Let’s dive in and explore the legal aspects of Halloween in Arkansas to help you have a worry-free holiday.
As fall sets in, it’s not just the leaves changing colors — tax extension deadlines are also on the horizon. While most people paid their taxes in April, both businesses and individuals have the option to apply for a tax extension, giving them around six more months to get their tax ducks in a row. While it might not be as exhilarating as Halloween festivities, staying on top of your tax obligations is essential if you want to dodge legal penalties.