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18 and Life to Go : A Legal Handbook for Young Arkansans By Arkansas Bar Association
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This Handbook is designed to serve as a guide for young Arkansans. Leaving high school and either seeking more schooling or entering the workforce presents a wide range of choices, each of which can... More > have long-lasting, legal consequences. This Handbook is designed to serve as a guide for weighing many of the pros and cons of each choice.< Less
Real Estate Titles for Non-Members By Arkansas Bar Association
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The Arkansas Real Estate Title Standards project began in 1995. There are two primary reasons behind the development of title standards in Arkansas. The first reason is to set forth a uniform set... More > of standards for the examination of title to Arkansas real property. This should reduce burdensome and unnecessary curative re¬quirements that might otherwise be made by "overly-meticulous" title examiners. A second and equally important reason for the publication of these standards is to insure and preserve the attorney's role and input in professional standards affecting title examination. With ever-changing technology and evolving business practices in our modern world, this role appears to be diminishing. Since title examination should be conducted only by licensed attorneys and because these standards will have a direct impact on the way attorneys examine title, the promulgation of title standards should originate from Arkansas lawyers.< Less
Handling Appeals Handbook for Non-Members By Arkansas Bar Association
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This handbook is a practical guide both for the novice and for the experienced practitioner. Here you will find ready answers to procedural questions, guidance where further research is needed, and a... More > feel for the lay of the appellate landscape. It covers all of the major steps in a civil or criminal appeal and includes citations to the governing rules and case law, together with practical advice. The appendices contain useful forms, model briefs, and other resources.< Less
Arkansas Probate System 2005 for non-members By Arkansas Bar Association
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The Arkansas Probate System is to provide suggested methods and materials which the Arkansas attorney can use in planning and performing the work connected with the administration of a decedent's... More > estate. The System deals only with the administration of a resident decedent's estate and does not deal with gaurdianships, adoptions, conservatorships, ancillary administrations, or any other procedures over which the Probate Division of the Circuit Courts have jurisdiction.< Less
Arkansas Bankruptcy Handbook for Non-Members By Arkansas Bar Association
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The Arkansas Bankruptcy Handbook has been designed as a practical tool to introduce Arkansas attorneys to issues encountered in an Arkansas bankruptcy practice. The Handbook does not take the place... More > of a lengthy, in-depth treatise, but has been written to provide basic, practical information relevant to Arkansas attorneys. Attorneys unfamiliar to the bankruptcy area or with limited bankruptcy experience should find the Handbook particularly helpful as a starting point for understanding bankruptcy concepts.< Less
2007 Arkansas Domestic Relations Handbook Volume 1 of 2 for Non-Members By Arkansas Bar Association
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This is Volume One of Two. Volume Two is sold separately. This is a practical guide to family law practice in Arkansas.
2007 Arkansas Domestic Relations Handbook - Volume 2 of 2 for Non-Members By Arkansas Bar Association
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This is Volume Two of Two. Volume One is sold separately. This is a practical guide to family law practice in Arkansas.
18 and Life to Go : A Legal Handbook for Young Arkansans By Arkansas Bar Association
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This Handbook is designed to serve as a guide for young Arkansans. Leaving high school and either seeking more schooling or entering the workforce presents a wide range of choices, each of which... More > can have long-lasting, legal consequences. This Handbook is designed to serve as a guide for weighing many of the pros and cons of each choice.< Less
Arkansas Bankruptcy Handbook for Non-Members By Arkansas Bar Association
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The Arkansas Bankruptcy Handbook has been designed as a practical tool to introduce Arkansas attorneys to issues encountered in an Arkansas bankruptcy practice. The Handbook does not take the place... More > of a lengthy, in-depth treatise, but has been written to provide basic, practical information relevant to Arkansas attorneys. Attorneys unfamiliar to the bankruptcy area or with limited bankruptcy experience should find the Handbook particularly helpful as a starting point for understanding bankruptcy concepts.< Less
Real Estate Titles for Non-Members By Arkansas Bar Association
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The Arkansas Real Estate Title Standards project began in 1995. There are two primary reasons behind the development of title standards in Arkansas. The first reason is to set forth a uniform set... More > of standards for the examination of title to Arkansas real property. This should reduce burdensome and unnecessary curative re¬quirements that might otherwise be made by "overly-meticulous" title examiners. A second and equally important reason for the publication of these standards is to insure and preserve the attorney's role and input in professional standards affecting title examination. With ever-changing technology and evolving business practices in our modern world, this role appears to be diminishing. Since title examination should be conducted only by licensed attorneys and because these standards will have a direct impact on the way attorneys examine title, the promulgation of title standards should originate from Arkansas lawyers.< Less