N.D. Lewis Law Firm PLLC

Serving The Men And Women Who Serve Their Country

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Family law issues can leave you feeling exposed. Do you know what the right move is? At N.D. Lewis Law Firm PLLC our attorney does, and we can help you move on with your life. We handle family law matters with a focus on military divorce and family law.

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Custody And Visitation

Legal Help When You Need It

Divorce and other family law issues are often difficult. Your children are important and legal proceedings or erratic behavior by a spouse can leave your life feeling as if it is spinning out of control. Nathan understands the challenges you face and the support you need.

Our attorney focuses on family law matters, especially those involving military service members in Arkansas. Nathan served in the Arkansas Army National Guard from 2004 until 2019 and deployed to Iraq in 2006 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. As a prior member of the Army National Guard, Nathan understands the special concerns of service members serving part-time in Reserves or National Guard, and also those serving on Active Duty, including the airmen and women at the Little Rock Air Force Base (LRAFB) and their spouses.

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Need Help With Family Law In Arkansas?

Emotions often run high during divorce, child custody issues or child support disputes. We know from personal experience as the child of a contentious divorce how difficult it can be. As your attorney, Nathan D. Lewis will work to help you understand your legal options as well as how to minimize the negative effects of a divorce on your children.

We can help you with a broad range of family law matters, including:

  • Military divorce
  • Military custody
  • Family law
  • Adoption
  • Custody and visitation
  • Divorce
  • Guardianships
  • Child abuse or neglect

Challenges Of Divorce In the Military

If you or your spouse are in the military and you decide to divorce, in addition to the normal divorce issues, you also must cope with the special issues that arise in this situation. From dealing with how to create a reasonable visitation schedule for a service member who may face frequent deployments to understanding how to divide martial property, including a military pension or whether you will be eligible for TRICARE after the divorce, we can help.

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As challenging as legal troubles may be, the sooner you call, the sooner we can begin the process to resolve your issue. Call our Cabot office at 501-438-0612 or use our convenient online form to set up an appointment with Nathan today.