Divorce

Do you know what to look for in a Divorce attorney? Going through a divorce can be a complicated and stressful experience.  Get some peace of mind with Tripcony, May & Associates on your side.  We know Arkansas law and have the experience and knowledge to help you in your time of need.

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Custody

We understand that children are the most important part of our clients’ lives.  When child custody is at issue in Arkansas, the courts look at the best interest of the child in determining who gets custody.  You must convince the court  that it is in your child’s best interest for you to have custody.  That is why it is important for you to have a lawyer that will be a zealous advocate for your position.  If you are involved in a custody dispute or have child custody questions, contact Tripcony, May & Associates, for a free initial consultation to see if we can help.

Surrogacy

Like Adoption, Surrogacy can be a very happy time to see an attorney. Unlike many states, Arkansas is a great state for Surrogacy.  Heather May, a partner in the firm, is widely respected in the field of Surrogacy, and is highly sought after in the state of Arkansas and around the world.  Please call us for a free consultation with Heather if Surrogacy is a part of your family planning.

Adoption

Whether it’s a step-parent, a foster parent, a couple that have been trying for years, an adoption is a happy event.  Even the happiest of events can be made complicated with legal issues.  Let Tripcony, May & Associates guide you on that journey of completing your family.

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Our Team

James L. Tripcony

Attorney

James L. Tripcony established the Tripcony Law Firm, the firm that is now known as Tripcony, May & Associates, in 1980.  He has been recognized in Little Rock Soiree as one of the Best Lawyers in Family Law and recognized by Arkansas Life Magazine as a reader’s choice attorney.
Heather M. May

Attorney

Heather M. May was an attorney with her own firm until November, 2002, when she joined Tripcony Law Firm, P.A. Heather became a partner in March 2012.
Darla S. Crawford

Attorney

Darla S. Crawford, earned a J.D. from the University of Arkansas – Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law in 2007 and was licensed to practice law in 2009.
Andy L. Caldwell

Attorney

Andy L. Caldwell joined Tripcony, May and Associates in April, 2015. Mr. Caldwell received his undergraduate degree from Henderson State University in 1995 and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville, in 1999.

Latest News and Video

  • June 29, 2015

    Child Support – When Does It All End?

    Unless the judge orders otherwise, child support for a child ends automatically when one of the following things happens: The child turns 18 and is no longer attending high school; Either (a) when the child graduates or (b) at the end of the school year after the child turns 19, whichever is earlier; When the child…

  • June 29, 2015

    Child Support And Alimony

    In a divorce, the judge must make an order concerning the care of any children. The judge can also order a parent to continue support payments for a person with a disability that affects that individuals ability to live independently from the custodial parent. In setting child Support, the judge must refer to the most…

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James L. Tripcony

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Heather M. May

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Darla S. Crawford

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Andy L. Caldwell

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