Over the Line: Misplaced fences, roads and other boundary disputes

Over the Line: Misplaced fences, roads and other boundary disputes There’s an old saying, “Good fences make good neighbors.” While that may be true normally, sometimes a neighbor’s fence is out of place and on your side of the property line. Encountering a boundary dispute with an adjacent neighbor is a fairly common issue for…

New Law Could Allow Student Loans to be Discharged in Bankruptcy

wh Law, is a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy protection under the U.S Bankruptcy Code.

February 2019 Arkansas Bar Exam Results

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Proud to Make our Home in Argenta, North Little Rock

If you haven’t been to downtown North Little Rock in some time, you really need to drop in.  Argenta, the historic portion of North Little Rock’s Main Street, is thriving after many years of mediocrity.  Anchored by City Hall, the surrounding blocks have seen revitalization over the past two decades that have made the area…

Do I Really Need an Attorney?

I can’t count the number of phone calls I have received over the years from people who begin their conversation with, “I’m not sure I need an attorney…”  Do you always need one for every situation in life?  Probably not.  After all, every sniffle doesn’t mean you need a doctor, and there are a lot…

The Good Kind of Legalese

This is a guest post by Cecelia, who manages the office. We recently expanded our Firm’s square footage and have finally moved into the newly renovated space.  Our hope is the new office not only functions well for all of us that come to work here each day, but has a great feel for you…

“Back to Bremen” Book by Cecelia Wilson

Anyone who’s ever worked very long in a long firm knows that it’s not really the lawyers that run everything; it’s the support staff. Here at wh Law | We Help, we would be lost without our Office Manager Cecelia Wilson. She’s the one that keeps the wheels from coming off. When she’s not wrangling…

Four Ways to Be Kind to Your Lawyer

I spent a lot of time with my grandparents as a kid. They lived in a log cabin in the county, and the only way to describe their (When I say “their,” I mean my grandmother; my grandfather probably never noticed.) decorative style was “eclectic.” This included Norman Rockwell paintings, Zane Grey books, obnoxious timepieces,…

Back to Bremen – Book by Cecelia Wilson

Our very own Cecelia Wilson has a non-fiction book being published today. With that being said, let’s transition to the shameless plug: A little about the book, the book’s website, and Facebook page below — Edith Röpke, her seven siblings and their mother Marta have already learned to be silent and live inconspicuously… It is…