Welcome To My Hot Springs Law Office
I am attorney Bailey E. Farner. With my deep roots in the Hot Springs area, I am pleased and proud to have my own law firm here, and I look forward to meeting you if I have that opportunity. I represent people of all ages and backgrounds, with a focus on criminal defense. Clients also look to me for direction in divorce and custody cases, as well as in civil matters such as contract disputes and real estate boundary conflicts.
I encourage you to get to know something about my background through the link below;
And I hope to hear about your legal concerns that brought you to this website. How can I help? Have you been arrested? Do you see divorce coming, but don’t know what to do? Are you in a boundary dispute with your neighbor? Learn how I can help you turn the story around in your best interests.
My Areas Of Practice
Criminal defense is a prominent area of my Hot Springs-based law practice. I provide reassuring counsel and effective advocacy for people charged with:
- Drunk driving
- Drug offenses
- Theft of any variety
Family law is also a common area of need for my clients. Preparing to divide property and negotiate a parenting plan as parts of a divorce or legal separation requires both knowledge and strategy. I am here to guide you through all phases of your divorce, even if there are complications such as domestic violence or the hiding of assets by your spouse.
Perhaps your legal concern is a civil matter, such as an administrative law matter involving your homeowners’ association or a conflict with a neighbor. I can help you sort it out and resolve it cost-effectively.
I Am Passionate About Applying The Law To Meet Your Needs
As a relatively young lawyer, I draw on up-to-date training as well as fire within me in pursuit of justice for my clients. I bring a fresh, up-to-date perspective to numerous legal concerns that my fellow Arkansas residents have. There is nothing more professionally satisfying than using the law to protect my clients from harsh penalties in criminal cases, unnecessary losses in divorce or undesirable outcomes in civil disputes.