That depends on the weight of the allegations. You should file a response to the allegations stating you object to the allegations. Consult an Arkansas attorney for more information!
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There really isn't anyway to answer your question, because it is a very fact-specific questions and it isn't possible to become familiar enough with all of the facts in your case through an Internet forum.
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You need to consult an attorney regarding representing you in this matter. You will need to give your attorney a copy of all the documents filed in your case and a copy of all of your evidence.
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