WomensLaw.org is frequently updated with the most current laws by state. It gives definitions and descriptions of different laws and terms used in Arkansas domestic violence cases in plain language to ensure that victims can understand state laws. Please note, this website is meant to be informative and not meant to provide legal advice. Click "Find Out More" to be directed to the Arkansas law page on WomensLaw.org
Published by Arkansas Legal Services, this fact sheet provides an introduction to domestic violence, types of domestic violence, safety planning tips, and resources for victims, Click "Find Out More" to access a downloadable copy of the fact sheet.
Arkansas Free Legal Answers allows the qualifying public to submit specific legal questions to real attorneys and receive responses specific to their situation. Click "Find Out More" to be directed to the site.
Important forms to be familiar with for domestic relations court cases, such as order of protection forms, instructions sheets, and more. Please note these forms are not legally binding unless notarized by a court official. Click "Find Out More" to be directed to the Arkansas Judiciary site court forms page.
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