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Q: What's the first step to getting help with my divorce, I'm struggling financially

Been married since I was 17 we own or owned a small business..

Skye Martin
Skye Martin answered on Aug 3, 2017

I would suggest contacting an attorney to help you not only file for divorce but ask for temporary spousal and/or child support to help you financially until the divorce is final.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Family Law for Arkansas on
Q: Can you please tell me if wage garnishment is permitted in Arkansas for spousal support arrears?

This is strictly spousal support, no children involved.

Skye Martin
Skye Martin answered on Jul 29, 2017

Yes, although there is a formula that limits how much can be held out of each check.

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Q: what is the time frame for getting an annulment of marriage in the state of Ar
Skye Martin
Skye Martin answered on Jul 29, 2017

There are grounds for an annulment under Arkansas 9-12-201, but not a timeline. You can petition the court for an annulment at any time if you meet the requirements (when either party is incapable of consenting to marriage through lack of age or understanding, physical causes, or consent was... Read more »

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