Crossett Divorce Lawyer

The decisions that are made in any divorce proceeding can have a profound impact on you and your children for years into the future. Having an experienced Crossett divorce attorney beside you from the start can help to ensure that your interests are protected at all times.

The lawyers at the firm of Streetman, Meeks & Gibson, PLLC, provide focused, results-oriented representation to clients across southeastern Arkansas in a broad range of divorce-related issues, including contested and uncontested divorce as well as high-asset divorce matters. The firm works diligently to resolve every case in a manner that provides the most benefit to its clients.

Dedicated Representation In All Aspects Of Divorce

There are a number of key issues that need to be addressed in the course of a divorce proceeding. The firm approaches each one individually, seeking the best available outcome at each stage. The goal in every case is to secure a marital settlement agreement that fully provides for your needs and the needs of your children.

The firm provides comprehensive legal services in the following areas of divorce:

  • Child support: The firm's attorneys work to ensure that accurate information is used in the child support charts and seek the most favorable support order possible.
  • Child custody: The best interests of the child are the primary concern in these matters. The firm has developed numerous custody agreements that provide for the children's care as well as a meaningful relationship with both parents.
  • Alimony: Alimony can be awarded to either spouse in a divorce. It is not automatic in Arkansas, and a compelling argument needs to be made in order for it to be approved. Whether you are the spouse seeking alimony or the one who will likely be required to pay it, the firm works diligently to obtain an order that best protects your interests.
  • Property division: As an equitable distribution state, all marital assets and debts are divided equally in an Arkansas divorce. The firm's lawyers have experience with assembling the marital estate, valuation of assets and seeking a fair division based on their clients' stated objectives.
  • Modifications: Under Arkansas law, the original child support, alimony and child custody orders can be modified after the divorce if a significant change in circumstances can be shown. The firm has successfully represented countless clients in these frequently complex matters.

Contact Streetman, Meeks & Gibson, PLLC | Property Division Attorney Serving El Dorado

Contact the law firm of Streetman, Meeks & Gibson, PLLC, to discuss your divorce-related issues. Lawyers are available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times. Call 870-229-0604 or toll free at 800-621-5537 to schedule an initial consultation.