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Chicot County ranks in the top five Arkansas counties for adults and children living in poverty with 38% households below the poverty rate.

In Arkansas, fewer that 25% of adults and 5.2% of adolescents consume the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables.

The term "common law marriage" refers to an informal marriage, based upon cohabitation and a mutual understanding by both partners, rather than getting married through a civil or religious ceremony.

The latter, more common approach, would require an actual Arkansas marriage license.

There is an online marriage name change kit that you can use and complete before or after your marriage takes place.

It's applicable for Arkansas or any other state in the union.

The missing person, or persons, will have someone "stand in" for them and serve as their "proxy." No, getting married by proxy is not allowed in Arkansas.

Commercial Agriculture is a vital part of Chicot County.The Chicot County Cooperative Extension Service provides a wide variety of services and educational programs.Contact Gus Wilson, Staff Chair - Ag Agent at the Chicot County Extension office at 870-265-8055 for more information about the following programs and services.Once it expires, it can no longer be used to get married.Unfortunately, you'll just have to get a brand new one as your expired one will no longer be recognized as valid by the state nor by the person who will be responsible for officiating your marriage.

Commercial Agriculture is a vital part of Chicot County.The Chicot County Cooperative Extension Service provides a wide variety of services and educational programs.Contact Gus Wilson, Staff Chair - Ag Agent at the Chicot County Extension office at 870-265-8055 for more information about the following programs and services.Once it expires, it can no longer be used to get married.Unfortunately, you'll just have to get a brand new one as your expired one will no longer be recognized as valid by the state nor by the person who will be responsible for officiating your marriage.No, common-law marriages are not allowed in Arkansas.