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Represent Yourself In Your Contempt of Court Proceedings

With our Contempt of Court Guide you can:

FILE FOR CONTEMPT of court with no hassle & zero legal fees

Get our video guide detailing each step you need to take to get to the other side of these emotional times. Created by an attorney with over 10 years of experience in Arkansas family law.

the problem

The legal system is complex and difficult. Taking it on while dealing with family makes it 10x more difficult to tackle.

Legal proceedings can be stressful, emotionally draining & disempowering.

Issues may go unhandled because many people cannot afford an attorney.

Some individuals may prefer to keep their legal proceedings private.

Not everyone can schedule attorney appointments during business hours.


More people gain access to legal knowledge & become able to navigate their own cases.​

This video guide will help you save $$ by teaching you how to represent yourself.

By knowing the steps, you can expedite the process & reach a resolution faster.

You can an access our guidance from anywhere with an internet connection.

Having the knowledge & skills to represent oneself in court is empowering.

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Learn enough to be able to confidently & correctly represent yourself in your contempt of court proceedings AND get court approved legal documents to submit at every step. All you need to do is go through the videos & fill out your details in our document generation tool.

Introduction to family law

Requirements to File Divorce

Drafting a Complaint for Divorce

Court Required Forms for Family Law

Filing and Serving the Divorce

How, Where and What to File

How to Serve or Get a Waiver of Service

Drafting a Waiver of Service for Divorce

Divorce Filed Against You - What You Need To Do

Draft an Answer to a Complaint or Counterclaim for Divorce

Draft a Counterclaim for Divorce

Serving the Documents in a Lawsuit after it has Started

Preparing for the Divorce Hearing - Testimony Needed for Divorce

Preparing for the Divorce Hearing -Affidavit of Financial Means

Preparing for the Divorce Hearing -Child Support Calculation

Preparing for the Divorce Hearing -Divorce Decree

The Divorce Hearing

Procedure in the Courtroom

What to do with the Decree/Order

The DR Disposition Sheet

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Do you need to file for contempt? Are you experiencing one of the below situations:

Non-compliance with custody or visitation orders

If one parent is consistently and willfully denying the other parent's court-ordered custody or visitation rights without a valid reason, the aggrieved parent is may file for contempt of court.

Failure to pay child support

If a parent fails to make court-ordered child support payments, intentionally evades their financial responsibilities, or consistently falls behind on payments, the custodial parent may file for contempt of court.

Violation of restraining orders or protective orders

If someone violates a restraining order or protective order issued by the court, such as by contacting the protected party, engaging in abusive behavior, or refusing to comply with the specified terms, the aggrieved party may file for contempt of court to seek enforcement and potential penalties against the violator.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. This is for people in Arkansas. Other than that, No. This works for people with kids, without kids, and with property and without property.

The documents are built and approved by an Arkansas lawyer. An Arkansas lawyer will also walk you through exactly how to answer the questions to generate the documents. On top of that, we have a Guarantee of Court Approval.

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