Attorneys at law

Our attorneys represent individuals and businesses all over Arkansas including:  Hamburg, Crossett, Warren, Monticello, Lake Village, Dermott, Mcgehee, Arkansas City, Dumas, Star City, Fordyce, Hampton, El Dorado, Eudora, Hermitage, Camden, Ashley County, Bradley County, Union County, Chicot County, Drew County, Desha County, Lincoln County, Dallas County and Calhoun County among others.

Our attorneys are focused on what's important -- your family and your future.  Knowing your legal rights is the first step toward avoiding and unjust result in family court or in settlement negotiations.  Our attorneys provide you with the advice and advocacy you need to get the best possible result.

The lawyers at Hamilton, Hamilton & Leonard, PLLC understand what's at stake in family law litigation -- access to your children, the state of your finances and the entire course of your future.  Our attorneys anticipate and respond to issues and problems that arise during the course of settlement, mediation or litigation so that you can make an informed decision.  We stand ready to tackle even the most sensitive family law issues, including but not limited to:

  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Post-nuptial agreements
  • Divorce
  • Separation
  • Annulment
  • Child Custody
  • Paternity
  • Name Changes
  • Termination of parental rights
  • Guardianship proceedings
  • DHS Child Neglect or Maltreatment Investigations

Planning for a brighter future

Arkansas divorce & family lawyers

if settlement isn't an option then our attorneys are prepared to fight for you and your family
Why a settlement-oriented approach makes a financial difference

Hamilton, Hamilton & Leonard​

Most family law and divorce situations are highly volatile, and costs tend to rise when the matter turns adversarial.  Our attorneys seek to cut the emotions out of family conflict so as to avoid litigation, if possible, and to spare our clients the uncertainty and expense of long and protracted litigation.  A settlement-oriented approach is generally more advantageous, for reasons including:

  • GREATER CONTROL OVER THE OUTCOME.  Settlement gives you the power to negotiate with a family member or former spouse for an outcome that is mutually beneficial.  If instead you choose to proceed with courtroom litigation, a judge who has limited understanding of your family dynamic gets to decide the outcome of the litigation.
  • REDUCED COST. By choosing to settle out of court, you can eliminate some of the expense associated with litigation, such as the costs associated with discovery, through mutually sharing relevant information.