Arkansas law is a vast subject, but skilled Arkansas attorneys can help you navigate most legal circumstances, and Schmidt Law Firm's veterans have experience in many areas of legal practice. You can come to Schmidt for legal counsel regarding:
Each year, millions of people in the United States are injured in accidents. Many of these accidents are unfortunately caused by the preventable carelessness or malicious intent of others. The law protects those harmed by negligent parties and allows the injured to seek compensation for their suffering. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident resulting from negligence or intentional harm of others, you may be entitled to receive just compensation for your physical and psychological injuries.
If you have suffered physical, emotional, or mental damage because of another person or entity's actions or inactions, Let Schmidt Law Firm be your legal aid. In Arkansas, personal injury cases most often take the form of vehicle accidents, but almost any injury attributable to another person can be the grounds for a case.
Should you find yourself in the unenviable position of being unable to meet your financial obligations, Arkansas law has a way out: filing for bankruptcy. Talk with one of our legal experts and find out whether bankruptcy is the right path out of debt for your family. If you are having your wages garnished or are about to lose your home, often bankruptcy is the best form of defense -- but if there are other options, we'll advise you on those as well.
When you find yourself accused of a criminal act, it's easy to let panic set in. Fortunately, there's a long distance in Arkansas law between being accused and being convicted, and the lawyers at Schmidt Law Firm are here to help. We'll take every possible step toward proving you innocent -- or, failing that, toward getting you the least punitive sentence possible.
Some of the most painful moments in our lives can spring from the times when we have to treat our family as our legal adversaries. In those impossible situations, our Arkansas law firm offers compassionate and competent legal aid to Arkansas families. We have experience representing individuals through divorce, adoption, child support, prenuptial, paternity, and many other forms of family-law hearing.
One of the most appreciated and thoughtful things we can do for our children and other survivors is to plan our estate's succession well. Unfortunately, it's not easy under Arkansas law to maximize the security and the amount that you can pass on to your survivors. Fortunately, Schmidt Law Firm will guide you through the complexities and ensure that everything ends as you intend it to.
Starting and running a business is quite regularly an exercise in paying attention to the minutia of Arkansas law while also struggling to grow your company and make ends meet. Our lawyers provide competent legal aid to Arkansas entrepreneurs, helping you understand and obey the law while you get your business off the ground.
Real estate transactions are some of the largest -- and thus have the potential to leave us the most vulnerable. Whether you need help dealing with a boundary dispute or a mineral/gas rights issue or it's just a straightforward closing and you want a lawyer on your side, Schmidt Law Firm can be your advocate in any real estate situation.
Replevin is a narrow but vital area of the law that gives you a legal remedy if someone else has your property and won't return it. A writ of replevin gives you the right to take an officer of the law with you to get your stuff back -- and Schmidt Law Firm will represent you in getting one so that you can take back what's yours.
There are very few cases in which it pays to wait around on issues of Arkansas law. No matter what you think we may be able to help you with, your best course of action is always to call Schmidt today and start the ball rolling. 888-459-3077 is the number you need -- talk to one of our Arkansas attorneys today.
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