Arkansas Divorce Laws & Resources
UPDATED: March 4, 2020
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If you’re interested in learning more about Arkansas divorce laws, you can find more Arkansas divorce information, links, and resources below. Of course, this list is not meant to be exhaustive, but it will point you in the right direction for new areas of research that you might be interested in checking out. You might also research the Arkansas Code on your own, or simply consult with an Arkansas attorney specializing in divorce law.
Arkansas Divorce Resources:
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Arkansas Office of Child Support Enforcement: This office is a division of the Department of Finance & Administration’s Revenue Division. It works with federal Offices of Child Support Enforcement and helps parents to set up, receive, and enforce the provision of court-ordered child support. The website includes information for the custodial and the noncustodial parent.
Arkansas Division of Children & Family Services: This website, operated by the Arkansas Department Human Services, Division of Children and Family Services, provides information on many issues relating to children, unsafe living situations and the court system, with detailed descriptions and links to family resource centers, respite care centers, and information on psychological evaluations, as well as general child protective services information.
Grounds/Fault – No-Fault: Arkansas Code 9-12-301
Residency/Where to File: Arkansas Code 9-12-303
Simplified or Special Procedures: Arkansas Code 9-12-306
Divorce Mediation: Arkansas Code 9-12-322
Annulment: Arkansas Code 9-11-104
Arkansas Divorce and Finances:
Property Division/Debts: Arkansas Code 9-12-315
Spousal Support: Arkansas Code 9-12-312
Arkansas Divorce and Children:
Child Custody: Arkansas Code 9-13-101
Child Support: Arkansas Code 9-12-312
Arkansas Divorce/Child Support/Child Custody Lawyers:
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Arkansas Divorce Laws: Click below to find the Arkansas Divorce laws you’re looking for: