Firm Overview

The attorneys at wh Law have a well-established and active estate planning, business, criminal defense, 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 Pl, STE 745

North Little Rock AR 72114


(501) 891-6000


(501) 222-3027


Free Initial Consultation?


Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

Criminal, Bankruptcy, Divorce, Estate Planning, Elder Law, Probate

Hourly Rates


Office Information

Office Hours


Office Manager

Callie Steadman

Emergency After Hours


Languages Spoken


Other Offices

Bryant Office
301 Roya Lane # 1

Cabot Office
206 N. First Street

Conway Office
1237 Front Street


We Protect What Matters.

wh Law 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.


We Protect What Matters.

Bad things happen to good people. If you are having problems paying your bills and it has you stressed, worried, or uncertain; then we can help you get a fresh start. At Wilson & Haubert, PLLC, we have helped clients deal with debt problems. We can help save homes from foreclosure and automobiles from repossession.

Is your firm willing to review documents prepared by clients?

Yes. We like to help clients how ever we are able. That can be a highly litigated case or just review a document for the client.

Is your firm willing to help a client with one discrete part of a case, without taking on the whole case?

Yes. The Arkansas Supreme Court change the rule in the last quarter of 2017 to allow for limited scope practice. We believe in assisting clients with whatever help they need and will act accordingly.

What are your policies about dividing work within the firm to make the process most cost-effective for the client?

We use support staff and technology to provide great legal services at competitive rates.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

We have different lawyers practicing in different areas of the law so we can help our clients no matter their need.

Brandon Haubert

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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, estate planning, and bankruptcy.


Bar Number: 2013137
Arkansas, 2013


MBA, 2013

UALR Bowen School of Law
Jusris Doctor, 2013

Arkansas Tech University
BSBA, 2008

Degen Clow

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Degen Clow joined wh Law after serving as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for several years in Pulaski County. During that time, he spent almost every day in court, which he now considers his office away from the office. He developed confidence and, most importantly, learned what it takes to beat a criminal charge.

Before law school, Degen graduated from UAMS with a degree in Cardio-Pulmonary Care and worked as a respiratory therapist. And before that he attended the University of Arkansas where he was a member of the Razorback football team.

He is licensed to practice law in all Arkansas state courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas.


Bar Number: 2014038
Arkansas, 2014


William H. Bowen School of law
JD, 2013

Greg Crumpton

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Greg Crumpton is Of Counsel for wh Law. His office is located in Cabot, Arkansas, where he grew up and is now raising his own three children. He handles a variety of cases, but concentrates on: criminal defense, personal injury, divorce, civil litigation, real estate litigation and business litigation. He is licensed to practice law in all Arkansas state courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas. He is also licensed to practice law in the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Greg is a lifelong resident of Cabot. He has three children and enjoys hunting, fishing, and being outdoors in his spare time.

Mr. Crumpton graduated from the UALR Bowen School of Law in 2006 and graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2003. He was voted Lonoke County’s Best lawyer in 2011 and served as President of the Lonoke County Bar Association in 2010.

Stewart A. Whaley

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Stewart grew up in Helena, Arkansas. He graduated with Honors from the William H. Bowen School of Law in Little Rock and trained with the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. His practice includes family law, criminal defense, and prisoners' rights. Stewart is a qualified Dependency/Neglect Attorney ad Litem, Domestic Relations Attorney ad Litem.

Stewart is licensed to practice in all Arkansas state courts and the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas.


Bar Number: 2009084
Arkansas, 2009


William H. Bowen School of Law
Juris Doctorate, 2009

University of Arkansas at Little Rock
B.A., 2000

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