Why You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer Part 1

When it comes to defending your rights, our personal injury lawyers are aggressive and thorough. Many people avoid hiring lawyers, but oftentimes, a lawyer is their best option. In the case of personal injury, a lawyer is especially important. In the next two blogs, we will discuss why you need a personal injury lawyer from the OMG Law Firm. Experience A personal injury lawyer will bring Read More

Tips on Working with a Probate Lawyer

When a loved one dies, you have to go through the probate process to ensure his or her property is taken care of. Hiring a probate lawyer is the best way to ensure the process goes smoothly. When you hire a lawyer, the first thing to do is understand your role. You have two options. You can either turn your probate case over to the lawyer, or you can handle it yourself and consult the lawyer with questions or small Read More

When Is It Time to Call a Creditor Attorney?

If you loaned out money and have been unable to recover your losses from the debtor, a creditor’s rights attorney can help you. At the OMG Law Firm in Jonesboro, we have extensive experience in fighting for creditors and collecting judgements. What do creditor attorneys do? A creditor attorney collects debts from individuals and businesses while protecting the rights of creditors. This type of attorney can also Read More

Common Family Law Myths Part 2

At the OMG Law Firm, we understand that navigating divorce, custody, and child support is extremely difficult. Family laws themselves can be very complex and difficult to understand. In our last blog, we busted three myths about family law in Arkansas. We will finish up two more myths here. MYTH: My child’s parent has failed to pay child support correctly or on time, so I can refuse his or her right to visit the Read More

Common Family Law Myths Part 1

The family lawyers at the OMG Law Firm in Arkansas are committed to protecting your rights and guiding you to a conclusion that will allow you to move on with your life. We understand that family law can be intimidating, especially because it differs from state to state. In this blog and the next, we will explore some myths about Arkansas family law. MYTH: If my spouse or myself refuses to sign divorce papers, the Read More

What are Probate Lawyers and What Do They Do?

Probate lawyers take care of the last testament or will of a deceased individual. When someone dies, their assets and debts must be tended to (even if there is no will), and probate lawyers know how to manage this process fairly. The OMG Law Firm in Jonesboro is proud to help Arkansas families plan for the future and achieve peace of mind when a loved one passes away. Probate lawyers have a wide range of Read More

Welcome to the OMG Law Firm

The OMG Law Firm is a full-service law firm serving the Jonesboro area. We offer a formidably diverse and vigorous law skill set, including creditor, family, probate, personal injury, and more. One area in which we are particularly successful is in creditor law. We are the premier creditor attorneys in Arkansas. Creditor attorneys know how to navigate the area between debtors (those who owe money) and creditors Read More

Step Parent Adoptions in Arkansas

One of the most rewarding parts of being an attorney involved in family issues is handling an adoption. That doesn’t mean that adoptions are always easy for the families involved. The fact is that an adoption is usually the happy ending to a complicated story. The attorneys at Owens, Mixon & Gramling understand this on a personal level, having played a part in adoptions inside and outside of our legal Read More

Materialman’s Liens in Arkansas

Arkansas, like most states, has passed statutes protecting contractors and subcontractors against people or businesses who would take advantage of their hard work or materials. These statutes, however, require very specific notices in order for the laws to apply to any given job. If the notices are provided at the right time and to the right persons, subcontractors who are not paid for the work or materials they have Read More

Guardianship and Incapacity

What happens if you become incapacitated to the extent you cannot care for yourself? If you have executed powers of attorney, the answer is easy: the person or persons you designated in your powers of attorney can immediately step in and make financial or medical decisions for you. But if you do not have powers of attorney in place when you become incapacitated, the answer to that question is more complicated. Read More