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The Arkansas Family Law Center is a resource on divorce and family law in the State of Arkansas for non-lawyers and pro se litigants. Please let us know if we have omitted a link to an important state resource and we will gladly add it.
Courts and Community ResourcesLawyers and Divorce
Glossary of Family Law Terms
Arkansas Court Rules & Administrative Orders
Arkansas Legal Services Partnership
Arkansas Bar Association
Arkansas State Library
State Statutory ResourcesIf you wish to review your State's Statutes or Code, click the link below:
Divorce LawArkansas law requires at least one ground to be stated for filing a divorce. The most commonly used ground is either general indignities, or separation for 18 months or longer, however there are other grounds for divorce listed under the Arkansas Code, Family Law Section 9-12-301. The grounds claimed must have occurred within the last five years, and you must be able to prove the grounds in Court. A witness may be necessary to confirm the grounds, and testify that the party has lived in Arkansas for at least 60 days before filing.
The Divorce Process - from Arkansas Legal Services Partnership
Divorce Help Resources - from Arkansas Legal Services Partnership
Marital Separation Agreements Explained
Marriage and Living Together LawArkansas Marriage License Law
Child SupportFact Sheet - Child Support - from the Arkansas Legal Services Partnership
Fact Sheet - Contacting Office of Child Support - from the Arkansas Legal Services Partnership
Arkansas Child Support Guidelines
Arkansas Child Support Estimator
Office of Child Support Enforcement
Child Support Services/OCSE Web Pay
Child Custody and Visitation LawChild Custody and Visitation - from the Arkansas Legal Services Partnership
From Parent Wars to Co-Parenting - from the Arkansas Legal Services Partnership
Grandparent Visitation - from the Arkansas Legal Services Partnership
FAQ on Child Custody and Visitation
Child Custody Resources
Property DivisionArkansas is an "equitable distribution" property state.
Division of Property - from Justia US Law - Arkansas Code, Family Law Section 9-12-315
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