Laws affecting husbands and wives, parents, grandparents, and children are constantly changing. Over the past several years, the Arkansas legislature and courts have established child support guidelines, provided for new forms of custody, and modified the factors courts use in classifying property as marital or separate upon divorce. Recent developments in law affect the division of pensions, the tax consequences of divorce, collection of child support across state lines, and custody disputes between residents of different states.
It is not enough for an attorney to have knowledge only of the laws relating to support and custody. Effective representation may require knowledge in tax and commercial law, as well as laws affecting retirement and military benefits. Tripcony May provides clients with this necessary broad base of knowledge.
Tripcony May represents clients who wish to protect business interests and other personal assets. In a divorce case, Tripcony May negotiates immediate financial needs, and if settlement is possible, negotiates property settlement agreements with long-term enforceability. If litigation becomes necessary, Tripcony May has extensive experience in contested proceedings in the courts.