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About Administrator

I am Steven R. Davis. I have practiced law in the Little Rock area for more than 30 years. My areas of practice include bankruptcy, Social Security Disability and SSI, criminal defense, divorce, custody, and visitation, and wills, trust and probate. I offer prompt, personal service at a reasonable price.

Judge Grants Client’s Release from Prison

On Monday, August 25, 2014, Judge L.T. Simes of the First Judicial Circuit issued an Order which granted our client relief under Rule 37 of the Arkansas Rules of Criminal Procedure.  Our client had been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for violation … Continue reading

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Bankruptcy Stops Garnishments and Asset Seizures

Filing a bankruptcy petition prevents your creditors from seizing your property to satisfy a judgment.  If your wages or bank account have been garnished, or if the finance company is threatening to repossess your car, the creditor cannot take those … Continue reading

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We Defend People Charged with Sex Crimes

While many people charged with sex crimes are guilty, many other people are not.  In the past 30 years as an attorney, I have seen people’s lives nearly destroyed by false accusations of rape and child molestation.  We have been … Continue reading

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Filling for Divorce in Arkansas?

In order to obtain a divorce in Arkansas, you must meet the following requirements: 1.  You must be a resident of Arkansas for at least 60 days before filing.  You cannot get a divorce for at least 30 days after you … Continue reading

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We want to be your personal injury lawyer

If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident, and it’s not your fault, we’d like to talk to you.  If you hire me to represent you in your personal injury case, I will give your case my personal attention.  … Continue reading

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Why should I hire a lawyer for a misdemeanor or DWI?

You may wonder whether it is worth the cost of hiring a lawyer for a misedemeanor or DWI in district court.  Some of the reasons you should consider hiring a lawyer for a misdemeanor are: 1.  A lawyer may be … Continue reading

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BEWARE OF CHATTING WITH ANY ATTRACTIVE “FEMALE” YOU DON’T KNOW

Many of us have seen “To Catch a Predator” with Chris Hansen on NBC’s Dateline.  Before you decide to enter a chat room and communicate with someone who sounds interesting,  bear in mind that that 18 year old “girl” on … Continue reading

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WE DEFEND PEOPLE CHARGED WITH “WHITE COLLAR” CRIMES

We have defended numerous individuals who have been charged with “white collar” crimes, including Medicaid Fraud, Social Security Fraud, forgery, counterfeiting, and theft from banks.  If you are charged with any kind of embezzlement, mail fraud, or wire fraud, you … Continue reading

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Should I file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13?

Don’t worry if you’re not sure whether you need to file Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13.  That is a decision you should only make after you have discussed your case with a qualified lawyer.  Chapter 7 is sometimes called … Continue reading

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Federal Bankruptcy Exemptions Allow a Debtor to Protect Substantial Assets from Seizure

Under the Bankruptcy Code, every debtor is allowed to keep a certain amount of property, no matter how much he or she owes.  The property which a person may keep is called “exempt,” and the provisions which allow a person … Continue reading

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