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Attorney Ad Litem
Ad Litems represent children and other incapacitated persons in legal matters, most often custody disputes. The parents have to pay for the ad litem on top of their own lawyer fees.
Consistent with our mission and purpose, we offer Ad Litem services, to make an expensive necessary service more affordable to Working Arkansan Parents.
As with all our Lion legal services, “Lion” Litems are down to earth, practical, transparent, no nonsense and reasonable – which makes us the most effective.
The job requires neutrality, finesse, organization and investigative skills. The process involves document gathering, parental interviews, child interviews, witness interviews and a recommendation to the Court at the conclusion. At Lion Legal Services all interested parties appreciate our organized, satisfying, involved process.
Rooms for Children & Visitors
Your children are in good hands at Lion Legal Services. We are prepared, with rooms that are safe, comfortable and equipped for a child’s activities. These are visitation & consultation rooms specifically for the work of our Attorneys Ad Litem and for supervised parental visits. Here are a few photos of the facilities.
Lion Legal Services is your Arkansas Ad Litem Law Firm
We are here for you with straight talk, transparent fees, and superior services. Our attorneys are experts in family law, and we also excel at communicating with you.
Our goal and our promise is to communicate well and represent the best interests of your children, no matter what.
Most clients spend between $1500 and $2500 on the attorney ad litem for their children – hourly rates range from $90-$250, depending on a variety of factors.
We are experienced, proven, and transparent. Our approach to practicing law is revolutionizing the way law firms deliver legal services.
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