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BankruptcyChapter 13

What Arkansas Residents Should Know About Converting a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to Chapter 7

Converting a Chapter 13 bankruptcy to a Chapter 7 proceeding may be the right option for those looking to liquidate and consolidate assets in a more efficient fashion in Arkansas. Read this blog post to learn more.

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Criminal Defense

How an Experienced Arkansas Criminal Appeals Attorney Can Help

It’s important to hire a criminal appeals attorney if you think you’ve been wrongly convicted. A good attorney will know court procedure, how various jurisdictions operate and put together a roadmap working towards your best outcome.

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BankruptcyChapter 13

How to File for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Arkansas

This post provides details about filing for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Arkansas. There is a particular process to follow, and an experienced legal team can ensure that you do it the right way the first time.

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Criminal Defense

What is Considered a Drug Offense in Arkansas?

This post explains the basics of drug offenses in Arkansas. It’s important to understand the various schedules and which drugs come with stiffer penalties in prosecution.

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BankruptcyChapter 11

Does Filing for Chapter 11 Mean That Creditors Must Stop Contacting Me?

If debt collector calls are driving you crazy, here are some ways to make them stop.

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BankruptcyChapter 13

What Happens to Child Support Debt in an Arkansas Personal Bankruptcy?

Child support debt cannot be discharged in either personal bankruptcy filing. In some cases, a support obligation may shift resources from one debt to another, but it’s important to note there are no options to discharge or liquidate the debt.

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