The Nobles Law Firm is now open
Those who know me are aware that I used to practice law at a firm called Nobles, Poore & Jones (later called just Nobles & Poore after Jones went off to Tunica to deal cards) for four years in Fayetteville. Those who know me really well are aware that I totally hated every minute of that dreadful career.
So, what has changed?
Simply put, I’ve come up with a way to practice law that won’t drive me nuts and in such a way that my clients will be better served. Back when I practiced in Fayetteville, I was juggling about 70 cases at any given time. That meant there was always something going on in my office, clients were frustrated because they wanted their attorney to address their concerns and I was slow getting back to them because I was dealing with a hundred other things.
The solution? Cut back on my caseload and represent only those people I do believe I can help. That means nasty divorces where custody is at issue are out the window and I doubt I’ll be handling a lot of criminal cases, either. That also means that I plan on handling only a few cases a month so that my clients can actually find me quickly when they want to discuss their cases.
You’ll find the Nobles Law Firm home on the Internet at NoblesLawFirm.com. Head on over and have a look, but understand the bulk of the site was put together over a couple of evenings and the thing will be updated with new content at least once per week due to the fact I’ll post the columns I’ve agreed to write weekly for the Daily Record in Little Rock on the site. One cool feature is the “Ask that lawyer” page on which people can submit legal questions and I’ll try to answer them.
I specialize in real estate, contracts, incorporations, wills, trusts, estate planning and other matters as the mood strikes.
Benton resident. Rogue journalist. Recovering attorney. Email = Ethan@FirstArkansasNews.net.