Wilson & Haubert, PLLC

Firm Overview

The attorneys at Wilson & Haubert, PLLC have a well-established and active estate planning, business, and family law practice. We use all of our practice areas to serve individuals and families in preparing for and handling serious issues that arise in our lives.
Main Office
Main Office
1 Riverfront Drive, Suite 745
North Little Rock  AR  72114
  • 501.372.1212
  • 501.372.1206

Office Information

Office Hours
Office Manager
Cecelia Wilson
Emergency After Hours
Languages Spoken
We Protect What Matters.
Wilson & Haubert, PLLC helps small business owners and startups with forming their companies. We serve as outside general counsel so you can focus on successfully running your business. We also assist in buying and selling businesses. We develop an extensive knowledge of your businesses and legal needs to become an integral part of your team.
Estate Planning
We Protect What Matters.
Your estate plan sets forth, in writing, your wishes concerning the administration of your estate upon your incapacity or death. For those with larger estate, tax planning is often required.

We tailor our approach to Estate Planning by using a set of legal instruments (including Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, etc.) to specifically fit the unique needs of our clients. By doing so, we are able to help you protect your property and ensure that it transfers efficiently, upon your death, to your named beneficiaries.

Few people ever want to think about death or disability, but creating an estate plan is one of the most important steps you can take to ensure financial security for yourself and your family. A well-constructed estate plan maintains your control of your finances, but also helps your loved ones avoid the cost, delay, and frustration associated with directing your affairs should you become disabled or when you pass away.

An effective estate plan should provide for your loved ones by avoiding guardianship during life, probate at death, estate taxes, and costly and unnecessary delays, and consulting a qualified estate planning attorney will help you create this plan. After going over your family and financial situation and your goals, he or she will be able to explain the different options available to you. With your estate plan established, you can rest assured in the knowledge that you have provided security for yourself and your family if the worst should happen.
We Protect What Matters.
We take your divorce seriously. Before thinking about divorce, it's important to remember that there are two aspects to a marriage in Arkansas. One aspect of marriage is the promise that each person makes to the other the solemn covenant that the parties have together. That doesn't have anything to do with lawyers. But there is, of course, another aspect of a marriage: the legal relationship between the parties in the eyes of the State of Arkansas. That is where the attorney comes in. And they are important.

When a person comes in to talk to an Arkansas family lawyer, the marriage is often already œover in the first sense. That is, one or more of the parties has broken his or her vows and œbreached the covenant that they entered into. There may still be a legal relationship between the parties that declares them to be husband and wife, but most of what really makes a marriage a marriage has already been dissolved.

A competent family attorney will be able to know if the parties have really ended their marriage. If not, the parties should consider legal separation as a temporary solution and pursue reconciliation. But if there's no chance for getting back together, it's probably a good idea to proceed with the steps to end the marriage in the eyes of the State of Arkansas. An Arkansas family lawyer can't end a marriage; he or she is just responsible for making sure that the parties can walk away from the marriage with their rights intact.

If divorce is the right option, you need to hire a good family law attorney.
Nursing Home
We Protect What Matters.
In Arkansas the average price of a nursing home stay is $160/day, or $58,400/year. As you can imagine this can and will consume most of our life savings in a short period. Moreover, it will leave our loved ones (spouses, children, or both) with less resources for the remainder of their lives. The Medicaid system is full of rules and regulations that are difficult to understand. These rules are difficult and nuanced enough that most lawyers do not even understand them. Every situation is different, but we can typically save families at least 50% of their assets and sometimes as much as 75% of their assets. Protect What Matters, your family.

Brandon Haubert

Brandon M. Haubert is originally from Clarksville, Arkansas. He attended undergrad in Russellville at Arkansas Tech University and received my Law Degree and Masters in Business Administration from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. His business background and understanding the legal and financial application of decisions helps him serve his clients in the areas of business law, elder law, asset protection, and estate planning.
  • Bar Number: 2013137
    Arkansas , 2013
  • UALR Bowen School of Law
    Jusris Doctor , 2013
    With Honors

Dennis Wilson

Dennis K. Wilson is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law. He served as a law clerk for the honorable Morris S. Arnold, Federal Appeals Court Judge for the United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Judicial Circuit. Before opening his own firm in 1996, Dennis practiced Estate Law with Miller Looney & Associates of Little Rock, Arkansas.

n addition to his legal background, Dennis is an ordained Baptist minister with degrees in Biblical Languages, Philosophy and a Masters in Theology, and he currently serves as pastor of the Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church of Cabot, Arkansas. He has served as legal counsel for various planned giving groups including churches associated with The American Baptist Association, The Southern Baptist Convention, The Church of Christ, as well as institutions and organizations including The Missionary Baptist Seminary of Little Rock and The Arkansas Baptist Foundation.

Dennis practices in the areas of Estate Planning, Business Law, & Elder Law.
  • Bar Number: 95046
    Arkansas , 1995
  • UALR Bowen School of Law
    Jusris Doctor , 1994

Stefan McBride

Stefan K. McBride is an Arkansas family lawyer and joined Wilson & Haubert, PLLC in 2013 to complement its long-established estate-planning practice. With the addition of Stefan and his experience as an Arkansas family lawyer, Wilson & Haubert can now boast that it offers a truly comprehensive approach to protecting what matters
  • Bar Number: 2013150
    Arkansas , 2013
  • UALR Bowen School of Law
    Jusris Doctor , 2013

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