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  Wills & Probate
   

Butler Bernard

Attorney Butler Bernard has been a practicing attorney in excess of 13 years. He primarily focuses his attention on matters involving court room litigation involving both bench and jury trials. Specifically he handles matters involving domestic/family law, civil, criminal, personal injury, and probate matters. He is licensed to practice in Arkansas and Tennessee as well as the United States District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas.


Mike Stephenson

J. Michael Stephenson has focused his interest in representing individuals and businesses. Attorney Stephenson has concentrated his practice in areas including social security disability, formation of business entities, wills and estates, and representing small cities and towns as city attorney. Attorney Stephenson’s prior work experience includes practicing as an attorney with Kent J. Rubens who represented a multitude of individuals and businesses with complex claims and defenses including his representation of school districts, large corporations and insurance defense. Attorney Stephenson has focused his interest in social security disability cases since leaving the association with Kent. J. Rubens in 2002.

In addition, Attorney Stephenson practices in the State Courts of Arkansas, Supreme Court of Arkansas and Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas. Attorney Stephenson currently represents the Marion School District and has been the Marion District Judge since 2005 and is currently serving a term which ends in 2012.

Attorney Stephenson obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree at Arkansas State University in 1986 and his “Juris” Doctor degree at the University of Memphis in 1991. He has practiced law in West Memphis, Arkansas since 1991 handling cases primarily in Arkansas. Currently Attorney Stephenson is serving on the Technology Equipment Revolving Loan Fund Committee appointed by Governor, Mike Beebe, in 2008.

Attorney Stephenson is admitted to practice law in the State and Federal Courts of Arkansas.

 


Bart Ziegenhorn

Bart Ziegenhorn represents clients in the areas of criminal law, general civil matters, divorce and bankruptcy. Attorney Ziegenhorn has represented clients from municipal court proceedings to the Supreme Court of Arkansas. He firmly believes in the jury system and an individual’s right to a trial by jury. He has represented and defended clients in jury trials including DWI, drug cases, capital murder, personal injury/negligence and insurance claim disputes.

Education: Bachelor of Arts Degree, Economics and Business, Hendrix College, 1990.
Juris Doctorate, University of Arkansas School of Law, 1993.

Admissions: Arkansas, 1993; Tennessee, 1993.

Memberships: National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Arkansas Association
of Criminal Defense Lawyers, former board member; Arkansas Bar Association; Crittenden County Bar Association, President.