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When parents decide to split up and file for divorce, one of the hardest things they have to figure out is childcare for the kids. This decision can be very difficult and emotional for both parents. They need to consider factors like work schedules, living arrangements, and financial resources. It’s important for both parents to … Read more

Bankruptcy is a legal process that provides individuals and businesses struggling with debt a chance for a fresh start. At Craig L. Cook Law Firm, we understand the complexities and emotional strain associated with financial hardship. Our goal is to help you navigate the bankruptcy process with clarity and confidence. In this blog post, we … Read more

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Divorce is a challenging process, emotionally and legally. When couples decide to part ways, they are faced with numerous decisions, one of which is whether their divorce will be contested or uncontested. Understanding the distinction between these two types of divorce is crucial, as it influences the duration, cost, and overall experience of the dissolution … Read more

Note: Marie’s story is a fictional scenario presented to illustrate how an appointed Guardian can help protect vulnerable adults. Introduction In this article, we will define Guardianship and outline the key differences between the two kinds: Guardian of the Person and Guardian of the Estate. We will also discuss how each is relevant to protecting … Read more

Note: Daryn’s story is a fictional scenario presented to illustrate how a workers’ compensation claim can be denied and appealed.  Introduction Sometimes, an insurance company will deny a workers’ compensation claim. If this happens, know that a denial is not necessarily the end of a workers’ compensation claim. You still have legal options if you … Read more

Note: Carla’s story is a fictional scenario presented to illustrate the process of seeking compensation for a work-related injury that resulted in disability. Introduction If you are disabled due to a work-related injury, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. You may even have enough evidence to sue a responsible party for personal injury.  … Read more

Note: Jake and Cecilia’s stories are fictional scenarios presented to help illustrate the difference between a workers’ compensation case and a personal injury case. Introduction Workers’ compensation and personal injury cases have something in common. They both provide reparations for injuries. There are, however, some key differences. These include the cause of the injury, legal … Read more

Note: Billie’s story is a fictional scenario presented to illustrate the consequences of a misdemeanor and what can be done about it. Introduction Crimes are categorized as misdemeanors or felonies. A misdemeanor is a minor wrongdoing. It is considered a non-indictable offense, which means it is generally nonviolent and does not result in significant damage.  … Read more

Note: Justin and Anna’s stories are fictional scenarios presented to help illustrate the role particular circumstances may play in someone’s decision to retain legal counsel for their workers’ compensation claim.  Introduction Getting a lawyer for a workers’ compensation claim may be advantageous depending on the situation. In this article, we will outline workers’ compensation laws … Read more

Note: Kelly’s story is a fictional scenario presented to help illustrate the role particular circumstances may play in someone’s decision to apply for workers’ compensation in Arkansas.  Introduction If you are an employee in Arkansas and have been injured on the job or contracted a job-related illness, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation. If … Read more