Fayetteville Attorney

Getting Clients Favorable Outcomes

Hogue Law Firm PLLC has been around since 2011 and has faithfully served clients throughout Washington County, Madison County, Carroll County and Benton County. The firm's founding attorneys are Brian and David Hogue — attorneys, brothers and lifelong residents of Fayetteville, Arkansas. We have helped residents throughout Northwest Arkansas successfully resolve car accidents, business disputes, divorces and criminal law charges.

Defending Your Constitutional Rights

A substantial portion of the firm's practice is in defending serious criminal law cases. In these cases, we use our trial and legal research skills to minimize the negative consequences of our clients' criminal law proceedings. Our goal is to get charges dismissed and reduced, and to ensure that there is no jail time assigned. When that is not possible, we pursue diversionary programs in drug courts and alternative sentencing. We do not want our clients to lose their liberty.

Helping You End Your Divorce With Dignity

Ending a marriage can be traumatizing for all of the family members involved. At our firm, Brian and David Hogue are committed to keeping parties cordial and using mediation to hammer out as many agreements as possible in advance. The more family law issues a divorcing couple can agree upon, the less the family courts will have to intervene. Oftentimes, our clients are in a more favorable position when they negotiate with their former spouse instead of leaving the fate of their children and money to the discretion of the family law judges.

Whether you have a personal injury claim to pursue, a custody battle to win or a business law dispute to resolve, our boutique full-service law firm is equipped to handle your legal issues successfully.

Aggressive Fayetteville Lawyers At Competitive Fees

As a small law firm, we can afford to charge reasonable fees while still maintaining a high level of excellence. For more information on how we can help you, please call 866-649-6167 or use the online form to email the office for consultation.