Divorce Lawyer Serving Cabot And Surrounding Areas

Just as marriage represents a fundamental shift in life circumstances, so does divorce. Whether a divorce is to be contested or uncontested, it is important to understand your rights and responsibilities as you move forward.

You may wish for help filing for divorce after marital problems have proven insurmountable. Alternatively, you may wonder how to respond after your husband or wife has asked for a divorce. Perhaps the two of you agree the marriage needs to end and you believe you agree on how to split assets. You wish to consult with a lawyer about the most efficient and affordable way to dissolve your marriage.

With or without a prenuptial agreement, with or without children and with or without complex assets, you should contact an attorney as soon as you suspect or know that divorce is on the way. A knowledgeable lawyer can advise you about what you need to know before you move out of the marital home or make any significant financial transactions. Attorney Cliff Collins in can let you know if spousal support is likely to be expected by a family law judge in your particular divorce.

The Law Office of Cliff Collins in Cabot, can answer your questions and guide you through issues such as:

  • Military divorce for members of the United States Air Force or any branch of the military
  • Division of property when assets such as retirement accounts, inherited property or major financial gifts from family members are involved
  • Business valuation when appropriate
  • Hidden assets or squandering of marital assets by either spouse

Attorney Cliff Collins has represented hundreds of Arkansas residents in divorce and child custody cases. He has served as an attorney ad litem for hundreds of children. He is well-prepared to advise you on all essential issues of your family law matter.

Schedule A Consultation With A Divorce Lawyer In Cabot, Arkansas

Are you looking into the possibility of a do-it-yourself divorce? Please talk to an attorney before going that route. Know your rights and anticipate typical challenges such as disagreements with a spouse over division of retirement accounts. Call 501-712-5202 or send an email inquiry to request an appointment at your convenience.