Divorce Attorneys in Little Rock, AR

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Phone: (501) 372-1200
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Experienced Divorce Lawyers in Little Rock and Hot Springs, AR

Our divorce attorneys at Destiny Law firm of Little Rock is a family law firm that provides help, guidance, and mediation for divorce. Our lawyers help you fight for child custody and protect your assets. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, the end of a legal relationship can be difficult and complicated, especially if you have a high net worth. Even an amicable divorce can be fraught with severe and long-standing consequences if property is not correctly divided. Our divorce lawyers are here to help you protect your rights and your assets during this difficult time.

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Dedicated Representation by our Divorce Attorneys

Destiny Law represents you in all aspects of your divorce case. We are assertive as the circumstances require, without being unnecessarily aggressive. We strive for successful resolution of your case, as fast and efficiently as possible. We protect your rights while making sure you know and understand the law.

Attorney Destiny McHughes is a Certified Domestic Relation & Probate Mediator—a rare distinction allowing her to skillfully handle domestic needs that arise during divorce, such as mediation, child custody, and guardianship.

Assertive Litigation

Many of our clients want to settle their cases without going to court—and that is a goal of ours, too. Settling matters between parties without surrendering rights and property is desirable and commendable, though it is not possible to avoid litigation in some situations. We are not afraid of going to court and taking your case to trial when other resolutions won’t work. When litigation becomes necessary, our divorce lawyers fight for you and your rights.

Destiny Law also provides unbundled divorce services. Please click here to learn more.

Child Custody

Often the most contentious part of a divorce is a child custody battle. Deciding who will have primary physical custody and who will make legal custody decisions in the future are decisions that have serious emotional and financial implications. Determining where children will reside and when, as well as deciding visitation schedules for weekend visitation, summer visitation and holiday visitation can be very challenging. Destiny Law experienced divorce lawyers help you consider all factors in making these decisions, and we advocate for you to protect your rights. Click here to learn about joint child custody, or click here to learn about sole custody.

Destiny Law also provides unbundled services for guardianship. Click here to learn more.

Property Division

With regard to division of property, Arkansas is not exactly a community property state—but we function like one. Arkansas statutes say that property is generally to be divided equally unless there is an equitable reason not to divide property evenly. Those last words of the statute have resulted in a lot of uncertainty about what is fair and what is not fair to each party. Our knowledgable divorce attorneys consider the issues and facts in property division to help you split property equitably or sometimes unequally, if such division is warranted by the facts.

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Our Divorce Attorneys in Little Rock Are Here to Help

Let our experienced divorce attorneys in Little Rock and Hot Springs help you with your divorce case. We will work on your behalf to fight for the best result possible. You have rights, and we know the law. We will work to settle your case or to litigate for you to protect your interests. Above all, we will work with efficiency to help you control costs and avoid unnecessary expense and turmoil.

In many divorce cases, clients must complete an Affidavit of Financial Means in order for the court to determine child support and possibly the division of debt. Please see below to access the document.

Affidavit of Financial Means

We offer a one-hour consultation for a set fee to evaluate your case. We can explain to you how Arkansas divorce law works and provide you with a basic overview of rights and responsibilities, particularly as it applies to your case. After consultation, the required retainer and costs can then be estimated.

Call (501) 372-1200 or contact us online to set an appointment.