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    Wilson & Haubert, PLLC is a full-service law firm with five locations to serve you. We are in business to make sure you get outstanding legal services at a reasonable cost.

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Practice Areas

The attorneys at Wilson & Haubert, PLLC  have a well-established and practice in numerous areas. Some of the areas we practice are estate planning, bankruptcy, family law, civil litigation, elder law, business law, probate and estate administration, and criminal defense. We use all of our practice areas to serve individuals and families in preparing and handling all the legal needs that face them.

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We are in business to make sure that you get outstanding legal services at a reasonable cost. We accomplish this through innovative technology and collaboration among a talented team of attorneys and support staff.

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Serving Arkansas

We are proud to serve Arkansas. We have our main office in North Little Rock, Arkansas. We also have outposts in Conway, Bryant, and Cabot.

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Jan 15, 2019

How to Control Your Retirement Accounts after Your Death

More and more people own retirement accounts that are connected in some way to IRAs.  It’s also true that nearly half of the married people in the country used to be married to someone else.  If you have kids from a previous marriage, you might be nervous about your wife and those kids fighting over your retirement account when you’re

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Jan 8, 2019

When Do I Stop Accumulating Marital Property in an Arkansas marriage?

In some ways, dividing the marital property during an Arkansas divorce is like reading the gas meter. You had a certain number before you started, so you just measure how much the meter has moved and that’s what’s in the marital estate. Short version: stuff you owned before marriage is yours.  Stuff you got while you were married is marital

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Jan 1, 2019

Moving to Arkansas. Do I have to register as a sex offender?

The very short answer to this is: it’s complicated.  Let us figure it out for you. If you’re supposed to register, but you just don’t do it because you don’t know if you have to, you can still be prosecuted for not registering.  Don’t chance it. Let us look into your case and tell you whether you have to register.

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Dec 31, 2018

What is Exempt in Bankruptcy?

This is question everyone asks and for good reason. Everyone is worried about keeping their property and we don’t blame them. You worked hard for it. Most states require you to use state exemptions when you file for bankruptcy. Arkansas allows you to choose between Arkansas or Federal exemptions. However, you must pick one system or the other (you cannot

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Dec 25, 2018

Can I lose my nursing License for refusing a drug test

Can nurses lose their license if they refuse to drug test? Lots of nurses want to know if they’ll lose their licenses for refusing to take a drug test. The short answer is yes, you can lose your license if you refuse to take a requested drug test. However, it is a little more complicated than that.  If a nurse

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Dec 24, 2018

Your Privacy and Bankruptcy

It should not be a surprise to anyone that one of the most important concerns of those considering filing for bankruptcy is privacy. It is true that bankruptcy is public information. Like most court cases, they are public record, you can view court records and sometimes newspapers publish notice of legal filings. Even though Bankruptcies are a public record they

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