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Howerton Law About Us

Justice is Your Right!

Justice is not a privilege, it's your right! Many people anxiously watch as their rights are taken away. Whether you were in a car wreck, charged with a crime, are negotiating your mortgage, or are in the process of filing for bankruptcy, hire Howerton Law Firm to protect your rights and obtain the best possible outcome for your situation.

Howerton Law Firm is here to fight for you! We are experienced, energetic, and serious in representing our clients. Contact us today.

Howerton Law Firm Arkansas General Practice Attorneys

Arkansas lawyer Wendy R. Howerton attended law school at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and practice multiple areas of law in the state of Arkansas. The Howerton Law practices the following areas of Arkansas law:

Criminal law in Arkansas
Personal injury in Arkansas
Family law in Arkansas
Real Estate law in Arkansas
Business law in Arkansas
Civil rights law in Arkansas
Estate Planning in Arkansas
Financial law in Arkansas
Bankruptcy law in Arkansas

Arkansas Criminal Law Lawyers
Arkansas criminal lawyer Wendy Howerton has defended clients for both Arkansas misdemeanor and felony charges. If you have been arrested in Fayetteville, Arkansas and must appear at Fayetteville District Court, arrested in Springdale, Arkansas and must appear at Springdale District Court, arrested in Bentonville, Arkansas and must appear at Bentonville District Court, or arrested in Rogers, Arkansas and must appear at Rogers District Court, you can expect that Howerton Law Firm will seek justice against your criminal charges in Arkansas. Furthermore, our law firm will defend your rights in Washington County Circuit Court, Benton County Circuit Court, Madison County Circuit Court, all county circuit courts in Arkansas, as well as Arkansas federal charges in The United States Federal Court in Arkansas.

Arkansas Personal Injury Lawyers
Whether you have been injured in a car wreck in Arkansas or on the job in Arkansas, Arkansas personal injury attorney Wendy Howerton fights to ensure your medical expenses and loss of quality of life are compensated. Some of the personal injury lawsuits in Arkansas handled by the Howerton Law Firm include:
Car wrecks and car accidents in Arkansas
Motorcycle wrecks and motorcycle accidents in Arkansas
Tractor trailer wrecks and tractor trailer accidents in Arkansas
Train wrecks and train accidents in Arkansas
Boating wrecks and boating accidents in Arkansas
Airplane wrecks and airplane accidents in Arkansas
Product liability in Arkansas

Arkansas Family Law Lawyers
Our Arkansas family law attorneys provide many years of family law experience in assisting families in Arkansas with their legal needs. More than just divorce attorneys in Arkansas, we can provide Arkansas family law legal services such as child custody, divorce, adoption, and guardianship.

Arkansas Real Estate Law Lawyers
Real Estate law in Arkansas incorporate estate contracts, boundary disputes, Home Owners Associations (HOA) disputes, landlord disputes and tenant disputes. Wendy Howerton is one of the best attorneys for Arkansas property law in the state of Arkansas.

Arkansas Business Law Lawyers
Arkansas business law attorney Wendy R. Howerton provides business legal services in Arkansas. Business law in Arkansas provides foundational and organizational legalities to help ensure corporations and businesses are protected and operated under the Arkansas business laws.

Arkansas Civil Rights Law Lawyers
Have you been a victim of discrimination, wrongfully terminated, or not paid for your time at work? Our Arkansas attorneys work closely with clients to ensure their protected rights are not jeopardized. Business torts, debt collection, contract litigation, and negligence all fall under civil litigation in Arkansas areas of practice.

Arkansas Estate Planning Law Lawyers
In matters that involve such sensitive topics such as wills, trusts, living wills, power of attorney, and probate, you need a dependable Arkansas attorney to ensure your hard earned assets are protected. Our Arkansas attorneys have the proper training and experience to assist you in planning your Arkansas estate and assets.

Arkansas Financial Lawyers
Financial law in Arkansas is becoming more widespread due to the current economic climate. Fortunately, however, Arkansas financial attorneys at the Howerton Law Firm provide legal services in Arkansas for debt negotiation, debt planning, foreclosure, repossession, collections, and loan modification.

Arkansas Bankruptcy Lawyers
Our Arkansas bankruptcy attorneys can provide bankruptcy legal services including Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Arkansas.

Howerton Law Firm Areas of Practice

Criminal Law in Arkansas

Capital Murder
Murder in the First Degree
Murder in the Second Degree
Negligent Homicide
Sexual Assault in the first degree
Sexual Assault in the second degree
Sexual Assault in the third degree
Sexual Assault in the fourth degree
False Imprisonment in the first degree
False Imprisonment in the second degree
Aggravated Robbery
Battery in the first degree
Battery in the second degree
Battery in the third degree
Aggravated Assault
Terroristic Threatening
Terroristic Act
Domestic Battering in the first degree
Domestic Battering in the second degree
Domestic Battering in the third degree
Aggravated assault on a family or household member
Endangering the welfare of a minor in the first degree
Theft of property
Theft by receiving
Identity Fraud
Criminal mischief in the first degree
Criminal mischief in the second degree
Residential Burglary and commercial burglary
Breaking or entering
Aggravated residential burglary
Computer fraud
Possession of a controlled Substance
Possession of drug paraphernalia
Deliver of a controlled substance
Disorderly Conduct
Public Intoxication
Resisting Arrest
Leaving the Scene of Accident
Traffic Offenses
Any Misdemeanor
Any Felony

Personal Injury in Arkansas

Drunk Driving
School Bus Wrecks
Passenger Van Wrecks
ATV Injury
Dog Bites
Head and Brain Injuries
Spinal Injuries
Neck Injuries
Back Injuries
Drug Injuries
Medical Device Claims
Prescription Errors
Social Security Disability
Nursing Home Abuse
Sexual Abuse
Slip and Fall Injuries
Wrongful Death
Motorcycle Accidents
Tractor Trailer Wrecks
Train Wrecks
Railroad Crossing Litigation
Boating Accidents
Airplane Accidents
Defective Products
Medical Malpractice
Birth Injury
Elder Law
Veteran Disability
Legal Malpractice
Any and all personal injuries

Family Law in Arkansas

Child Custody
Child Support
Legal separation
Visitation Rights
Juvenile Problems
Domestic Violence
Military Divorce
Premarital Agreements
Alimony / Spousal Support
Unmarried Couples
Post-decree modification and enforcement
Asset division / debt division

Financial Law in Arkansas

Debt negotiation
Debt planning
Paycheck garnishing
Debt consolidation

Real Estate Law

Real Estate Contracts
Construction Contracts
Commercial Leasing
Commercial Real Estate
Residential Real Estate
Condominium Law
Neighbors and Pets
Boundary Disputes
Home Owners Association Law
Quiet Title
Land use and zoning
Enforcement of contracts
Lease Agreements
Eminent Domain
Quitclaim Deeds
Restrictions on ownership
Time Shares
Ways to Hold Real Estate

Civil Rights in Arkansas

1983 Claims
Americans with Disabilities Act
Employment Discrimination
Employment Contracts
Family Medical Leave Act
Sexual Harassment
Wage and Hour Law
Wrongfully Terminated
Job Hunting

Estate Planning in Arkansas

Living Wills
Asset Protection
Powers of Attoney

Bankruptcy in Arkansas

Commercial Bankruptcy
Consumer Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Loan Modification
Bankruptcy After Divorce
Bankruptcy Creditors

Business Law in Arkansas

Business Formation
Limited Liability Company Law
Partnership Law
Joint Ventures
Buying Selling Businesses
Small Business Law
Business Litigation
Mechanic Liens
Banking and Finance

Civil Litigation in Arkansas

Business Torts
Landlord/Tenant Disputes
Debt Collection
Contract Litigation

Contact Howerton Law Firm today to schedule your initial complimentary consultation.

Howerton Law Firm
Attorneys at Law
2961 North Point Circle
Suite 203
Fayetteville, AR 72704
479-587-9300 (office)
479-587-9339 (fax)

The law office of Howerton Law Firm in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Washington County, and provides legal services throughout Arkansas and Northwest Arkansas including Fayetteville AR, Springdale AR, Lowell AR, Bentonville AR, Rogers AR, Siloam Springs AR, Fort Smith AR, Eureka Springs AR, Berryville AR, Bella Vista AR, Harrison AR, Jasper AR, Russellville AR, Clarksville AR, Hot Springs AR, Little Rock AR, Atlus AR, Ozark AR, and Jonesboro AR. Howerton Law Firm also represents clients in the Arkansas counties of Washington County AR, Benton County AR, Sebastian County AR, Madison County AR, Carroll County AR, Crawford County AR, Newton County AR, Boone County AR, Searcy County AR, Conway County AR, Garland County AR, Yell County AR, Pulaski County AR, White County AR, Stone County AR, Greene County AR, Craighead County AR, Jackson County AR, Poinsett County AR, and Pope County AR.
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440 N College Ave Suite 2
Fayetteville, AR 72701

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