Arkansas divorces are available with certain grounds as Arkansas is a “fault” state. This means that in order to get an Arkansas divorce, a couple needs to live apart for 18 months before the court will grant the divorce. “Cause” in Arkansas means felony convictions, adultery, abuse, habitual drunkenness, and general indignities (hatred). Each situation is different, and if you are thinking about divorce or if your spouse has instituted proceedings, speaking to one of our attorneys can help you decide your best course of action. We have experience in not only dealing with the divorce proceedings, but issues that potentially arise after a divorce is complete. These issues often include Child Custody and Child Support.