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BankruptcyChapter 11

Who Can File for Bankruptcy Under Chapter 11?

Understanding the basics of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy is the first step in determining if this path is right for you. The next is understanding if you are eligible to file as a business or individual. This post explains more.

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How Do You File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in Arkansas?

Filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Arkansas is somewhat straightforward. This is known as a “reorganization bankruptcy,” which aims to keep the business solvent and profitable through various potential means.

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Criminal Defense

How Arkansas Defines Different Degrees of Assault

Assault is broken down into different degrees of severity in the state of Arkansas. Here we’ll break down the differences between these designations and some of the vocabulary definitions they employ.

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Criminal Defense

Regaining Your Firearms Rights in Arkansas

If you were found guilty of a misdemeanor or felony and your gun rights were taken away, there are only three ways to restore them.

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Criminal Defense

Things to Know About DUI and DWI Laws in Arkansas

In the state of Arkansas, driving while intoxicated can come with hefty penalties and fines. A qualified attorney can help you contest your case or reduce your sentence.

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Criminal Defense

Key Differences Between Assault and Battery in Arkansas

Assault and battery may seem like very similar ideas, but there are key differences in how they are treated in an Arkansas court.

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