In Arkansas, it is generally not legally permissible for a great-uncle to marry his great-niece. Marriage between close blood relatives, including great-uncles and great-nieces, is typically prohibited by state laws due to concerns about potential genetic and familial issues.
The best way to stop this garnishment is to ascertain the total amount of back child support you owe from the state child support agency, pay that amount, and then file an application to discontinue the garnishment order.
To address this garnishment issue, you should contact the child support enforcement agency in Tennessee and provide documentation of your residence in Arkansas for the past 20 years. Request a review of your case to update your current state of residence, as child support orders are typically...View More
In Arkansas, if there's an error in your husband's name on your marriage certificate, you'll likely need to contact the county clerk's office where the certificate was filed. They can guide you through the process, which may involve completing a correction affidavit with both...View More
In Arkansas, child maltreatment investigations are generally conducted by the Division of Children and Family Services (DCFS) within the Arkansas Department of Human Services (DHS). The duration of an investigation can vary depending on the complexity of the case and the specific circumstances...View More
In Arkansas, as in other states, a name change for a minor typically requires the consent of both parents. However, if the father's identity is unknown or he cannot be located, you may need to take additional steps to proceed with the name change.
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could depend on the arrangements that were made. It's possible that some type of third-party arrangement had been made here, where others may have been placed in control of your health care decisions or...View More
If you believe your child is being abused or is in danger, it is crucial to take immediate action to protect their well-being. In cases of suspected child abuse or neglect, it is essential to report the situation to the appropriate authorities, such as Child Protective Services (CPS) or law...View More
If you were not born in the UK and do not have British citizenship, you will need to go through the proper channels to obtain a British passport. The fact that your father's second family has British passports does not automatically entitle you to one.
This weekend is the first weekend of January. Your parenting plan likely addresses who has possession of the child using language like “1st, 3rd, and 5th weekends of each month.” So you have to read your court order to see who has the child on the 1st weekend of the month.
In Arkansas, there isn't a specific "homewrecker" charge in the legal sense. However, if you're referring to a civil action for alienation of affection or criminal charges related to adultery, it's important to note that statutes of limitations can vary depending on the type of legal action.
To help in a sole custody case, consider documenting incidents of abuse with dates, times, and descriptions. Save written communication that demonstrates abusive behavior. If there are witnesses, gather their contact information. Document any negative impact on the child's well-being.
I need help in regards a chapter 13 bankruptcy that all the debts were in ex spouses name but they filed it in my name. Hes Scott free and now they are foreclosing, and I'm still co borrower on the mortgage. How can I do I fix this for my future. Divorce is pending.
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I'm sorry, but I'm having difficulty understanding your request. It's not clear what specific action you want to be taken or what problem you're trying to solve. It's important to communicate your concerns and requests clearly and respectfully. It's also important to...View More
Will was created with a trust to be established and a bank named as trustee due to possible mental capabilities of only child. However full financial POA was given to only child 12 years after said will was created but never introduced to the courts. POA was registered with circuit court clerk... View More
It is not possible to give you definitive answers without reviewing the actual instruments to which you refer. Sometimes people mischaracterize documents because they do not understand what they actually are.
As a general rule, however, POAs expire at the death of the principal, and...View More
I asked him why he was not answering any of my calls/text regarding our child. He decided to flip the switch and play victim. “I don’t have to speak to you.” Okay but we have a child together. There is no reason for us to be bitter and fight. The conversation turned bitter and he finally... View More
Yes. At the end of the day, it's up to the prosecutor whether charges against you proceed. A victim's wishes are only part of the equation. You're also admitting to assaulting the victim on a public website. Not recommended. I do suggest you speak with an attorney in your area who...View More
i wrecked while involved in a police chase well the officer didn’t bother to help my wife and kids that was in the truck was he supposed to detain me and then tend to them cause he didn’t and was he supposed to have my daughter turn the truck off… was the officer in the right to continue to... View More
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