Handling Complex Family Law Cases in Arkansas
At The Brad Hendricks Law Firm, we understand that legal matters involving your family can be emotional and the outcome can greatly affect your life. For this reason, we are committed to providing the highest quality of representation to our clients in every type of family law case. The following are some examples of cases we regularly handle in Little Rock family courts.
Marriage and Divorce
Our family law attorneys can help couples planning to marry determine whether a prenuptial agreement is right for them. If so, we will assist in negotiating and drafting the agreement to ensure it is enforceable and adequately protects your interests.
If you are married and considering divorce or if your spouse has already filed for divorce, our legal team can assist you throughout every step of this often stressful and emotional process. We will help resolve all necessary matters in the most efficient way possible, including:
- Property division
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Spousal support
- Enforcement or challenges of prenuptial agreements
We handle both uncontested and contested divorce, including highly adversarial cases and those involving complex property issues. We will explore every possible solution for dispute resolution including mediation, negotiation, and litigation if necessary.
Child Support and Custody
The issue of child support and custody can arise as part of a divorce case or as a separate matter between unmarried parents. The Brad Hendricks Law Firm can help with any type of matter related to custody or support, such as:
- Paternity actions
- Parenting plans
- Sole or joint custody
- Visitation schedules
- Interstate and out-of-state custody actions
- Grandparents’ rights
We understand that matters involving your children are of the utmost importance and always handle any custody or support dispute with care. Our family law attorneys are here to protect the best interests of your children and to protect your parental rights.
Enforcement and Modifications
Sometimes, even though a court orders a certain amount of spousal or child support to be paid or orders a specific custody and visitation arrangement, one party refuses to adhere to the order. If your former spouse or your child’s parent is failing to pay support or is not honoring the parenting plan, our firm can help you enforce the court order. This can be accomplished in a variety of ways, including going back to court to request an enforcement order.
In many situations, a court order no longer becomes feasible or appropriate due to financial or social changes, and one party to the order will request that the court modify the order. Whether you would like to seek a modification or would like to defend against one, our firm can assist you.