Josh grew up in Piggott, Arkansas where he learned the value of hard work and a lot about construction. Both of Josh’s grandfathers were contractors and Josh’s father still owns a small flooring store to this day. Josh grew up on construction sites since he was a small child and was soon put to work on these very job sites for his family business.
In addition to working as a flooring installer for his father, Josh was also the maintenance person for his father’s rental property. This taught Josh many aspects of real estate development and rental property management. Both the practical construction experience and property management experience have helped Josh develop a better relationship and be able to communicate with and understand his clients better regarding real estate and construction law matters.
Josh obtained his undergraduate degree from Middle Tennessee State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in audio engineering. Josh is an avid musician playing both drums and guitar which is what took him to Nashville and Middle Tennessee State University.
Josh is licensed to practice law in Arkansas as well as the Eastern and Western District Courts of the United States.
Business Address: 1 Riverfront Pl STE 745, North Little Rock, AR 72114
Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:30AM – 5PM
Phone: (501) 263-2422
Brandon Haubert is a top-rated bankruptcy attorney here in North Little Rock (rated one of the Top 40 Under 40 by The National Advocates); he and the team at wh Law can do it all.
Wh Law concentrates in several practice areas, ranging from bankruptcy to family law. Whether you are looking for a bankruptcy lawyer or need guidance in other practice areas, you can expect a passionate team of lawyers, like Brandon Haubert, who is prepared to help you.
Cofounder Brandon Haubert has been working in the central Arkansas community for years. With a history in business, Brandon applies his knowledge of professional and personal relationships to his clients and serve them the best way possible.
Brandon grew up in Clarksville, Arkansas. There, he learned the most fundamental parts of lawyering: how to work hard, work smart, and work out problems with other people. Although he picked up the rest in law school and the first years of his practice, he firmly believes that what makes him an excellent advocate is what he learned growing up.
Before enrolling in law school, Brandon attended Arkansas Technical College, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in business. Taking critical points from the business perspective he’d learned, Brandon applies many of the same to his practice today, where he emphasizes efficiency, excels in customer service, and practices effective communication. He believes he serves his clients best when the firm is running like a well-oiled machine—much like a business.
After graduating from Arkansas Technical College, Brandon went on to law school. There, he received Honors upon graduating with his Master’s in Business Administration. During his years there, Brandon built an excellent reputation with the members of the legal community when he clerked for the Arkansas Attorney General, Federal Public Defender, and various other firms in Little Rock. Going forward, Brandon successfully built his reputation around these essential relationships and reputation he has for honesty, sincerity, and care.
Three days after passing the Bar exam, Brandon co-founded whLaw. It was a process to get the firm off the ground, but looking back, Brandon wouldn’t do anything differently.
Today, he handles estate planning and probate, as well as litigation issues that accompany these fields. He also works on criminal defense and bankruptcy. He feels unique in his ability to wear both of these hats since most lawyers either want to draft the trust or fight the trust—but Brandon can do both.
With a lifetime full of experience excelling in building relationships and helping those around him, Brandon is excited about the future of wh Law. As the firm continues to grow, he hopes to serve more people better than ever before.
Wh Law is unlike any other team you’ll work with. With an experienced organization and compassionate staff, Brandon and the attorneys at wh Law excel in multiple practice areas, including:
Brandon often gets asked how you know you need a lawyer. The answer is simple: if you are facing any legal obstacle, you should always consult with a lawyer—because when you work with an experienced professional, you can count on someone having your back.
Most of all, a dedicated lawyer will help you avoid mistakes, errors, prevent delays, and recognize approaches and methods you might not have seen otherwise. No matter what your legal situation is, you’ll always want someone in your corner fighting for your case.
With years of experience working alongside the central Arkansas community, Brandon is prepared to evaluate your case and make a plan to help you achieve the best outcome.
Filing for bankruptcy might sound frightening, but with the right guidance, you’ll be surprised at how simple the process can be.
Bankruptcy happens when you owe more than what you can pay. This situation usually occurs after experiencing severe debt from life-changing events like illness, divorce, job loss, foreclosure, and other stressful situations.
There are two main times of bankruptcy you can declare, which are:
Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Arkansas is a process where you will attempt to be forgiven for your debts by selling your assets so you can start with a clean slate. This helps wipe out debts from credit cards, medical bills, and personal loans without a repayment plan.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Arkansas is often ordered by creditors and the court, which is the best route if you want to keep your property. This type of bankruptcy allows you to keep all of your assets but puts you on a three- to five-year repayment plan to creditors. You must have a consistent source of income to qualify for Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between being in debt and when you have to file for bankruptcy. If you’re unsure, then ask yourself these questions:
If so, then it’s time to consult with one of central Arkansas’ best bankruptcy attorneys. With wh Law’s free bankruptcy consultation, Brandon will be able to decipher your situation, explain the process, and assist you through it to achieve a debt-free life.
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Arkansas Children’s Hospital Professional Advisory Council
American Bar Association
Arkansas Bar Association
Pulaski County Bar Association
“Mr. Haubert is very professional and honest. He really takes the time to explain all of your options in a way that makes sense to the average person. He is personable and friendly. He always strives to get the best possible outcome for his clients. You will not be disappointed with Mr. Haubert as your attorney.”
– Hunter White
“The BEST- Brandon has your best interest and the best plan of action in play at all times. Highly recommend!”
– Jamie Taylor
“Brandon Haubert is a very experienced attorney with sound business judgment. He has been very responsive to my needs. I have tremendous confidence and respect for Brandon.”
– Anita Ralston
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Wh Law is a full-service law firm with four locations in central Arkansas. Rated as one of the Best Lawyers of 2019, wh Law is a debt relief agency that helps people file for bankruptcy protection. If you believe you have to file for bankruptcy or the court has ordered you, then your best bet is to consult with professionals like Brandon.
With $0 down on any bankruptcy case, Brandon and wh Law can help guide you through the entire process. Whether you’re filing to get a fresh start or because you need to reorganize assets, wh Law is ready to assist.
You can learn more about Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy in North Little Rock, but before moving forward, give wh Law a call or contact us for a free consultation.
Degen Clow joined wh Law in 2015 after serving as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for several years in Pulaski County. During that time, he spent almost every day in court, which he now considers his office away from the office. He developed confidence and, most importantly, learned what it takes to beat a criminal charge.
Before law school, Degen graduated from UAMS with a degree in Cardio-Pulmonary Care and worked as a respiratory therapist. And before that he attended the University of Arkansas where he was a member of the Razorback football team.
He is licensed to practice law in all Arkansas state courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas.
Degen and his wife Lauren live in Benton with their three children, Davis, Arden and McCall.
Stewart grew up in Helena, Arkansas. He graduated with Honors from the William H. Bowen School of Law in Little Rock and trained with the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. His practice includes family law, criminal defense and prisoners’ rights. Stewart is a qualified Dependency/Neglect Attorney ad Litem, Domestic Relations Attorney ad Litem and an advisor to the Central Arkansas ReEntry Coalition, an organization that assists citizens returning from incarceration as they reenter society.
Before practicing law full-time, he worked as a software developer, Chief Privacy & Security Officer and in-house counsel. Stewart leverages technical expertise and experience to his clients’ advantage. He provides critical legal and technical skill as the impact of digital information and evidence expand in criminal prosecution and domestic relations.
Stewart lives in Little Rock with his wife Heather, an anesthesiologist/pain management specialist, and their children, Ellis Ann and Jaeger.
Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Pulaski County Bar Association
Central Arkansas ReEntry (CARE)
Coalition HelpYourself Community Resource Directory
Publisher Systems and Methods for Transitional Care Management, co-inventor, US patent no. 40925-0002P01
Born, raised, and educated entirely in Arkansas, Charlie is passionate about helping Arkansas families through the court system.
As a DHS attorney throughout the State, Charlie has helped hundreds of children, parents, and adults achieve positive outcomes through appropriate DHS agencies and services. Charlie understands the seriousness of any legal proceeding that involves someone’s child or loved one, and his extensive experience in the courtroom allows him to be a zealous advocate for his clients and help them achieve what they want. Charlie knows the system incredibly well and can help any Arkansas family that ends up in a courtroom.
Charlie knows the full scope of DHS services and agencies from the inside out, and can use his insider information to help you navigate the complex web of state agencies and services.
Before practicing with DHS, Charlie served as an assistant to Hon. Waymond Brown at the Arkansas Court of Appeals. There, he learned the intricacies of the appellate process, including what is effective and what is not when trying to appeal your case.
Charlie is a proud uncle to five nieces and nephews, an avid Razorback fan, and the only place he’d rather be than the courtroom is the kitchen, where he loves to concoct his own recipes for family and friends.
Chris Burks concentrates his practice in family and employment law litigation.
He has represented individuals and families in a variety of matters including child and adult guardianships, adoptions, custody and visitation disputes, child support cases, divorces with business valuation issues, as well as breaches of fiduciary duties in probate.
He also has experience representing employees and businesses in breach of contract disputes, and labor law matters involving misclassification, minimum wage, overtime and ‘off-the-clock’ violations.
Mr. Burks represents the Firm determination and work-ethic through his strong community leadership and “behind the scenes” know-how cultivated through clerkships with two Arkansas judges (Honorable Susan Hickey of the United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas and the Honorable Rhonda Wood of the Arkansas State Circuit Court, Twentieth Judicial District), and political staffer positions on both the state and national levels.
Mr. Burks also served as an Arkansas Delegate to the 2012 Democratic National Convention and was instrumental in bringing the important 2014 voting rights case of Pulaski County Election Commission v. Arkansas State Board of Elections.
Vanessa has lived in Arkansas her entire life. She recently joined WHLaw, bringing more than 10 years bankruptcy experience to the firm. Her experience in representing clients facing hard financial times began in law school where she clerked at the Public Defender’s and Sen. Blanche Lincoln’s office, and Vanessa understands the challenges individuals face with a job loss, sudden illness, the cost of childcare and rising costs of living.
Vanessa graduated from the UA in Fayetteville with a B.A. in Advertising/Public Relations. She graduated from UA – Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law in 2007. She has been a practicing attorney for 10+ years, specializing in consumer bankruptcy matters, debtor-creditor litigation, and consumer transactions. She is currently on the executive committee of the debtor-creditor section of the Arkansas Bar Association.
Vanessa and her husband live in Little Rock with their three children, two dogs, and a lizard called Spike.
Memberships: Arkansas Bar Association, AAWL (Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers), the Pulaski County Bar Association, and the Debtor-Creditor Bar of Central Arkansas.
Matthew Benson joined wh Law in 2019. Mathew is a native Arkansan, raised in Yell County. He graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and received his law degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law. Matthew began his legal career with the United States Department of Justice as a law clerk with the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas, helping to prosecute federal crimes. After completing his clerkship, he took a position with the Benton County Prosecutor’s Office as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, where he spent nearly every day in court. Matthew left the prosecutor’s office for private practice in 2016.
He is licensed to practice law in Arkansas state courts. Matthew focuses his practice on domestic and criminal work.
Matthew lives in Fayetteville with his wife, Maggie
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Greg Crumpton is Of Counsel for wh Law | We Help, . His office is located in Cabot, Arkansas, where he grew up and is now raising his own three children. He handles a variety of cases, but concentrates on: criminal defense, personal injury, divorce, civil litigation, real estate litigation and business litigation. He is licensed to practice law in all Arkansas state courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas. He is also licensed to practice law in the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Greg is a lifelong resident of Cabot. He has three children and enjoys hunting, fishing, and being outdoors in his spare time.
Mr. Crumpton graduated from the UALR Bowen School of Law in 2006 and graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2003. He was voted Lonoke County’s Best lawyer in 2011 and served as President of the Lonoke County Bar Association in 2010.