McCurdy Pope Law and Mediation attorneys help to protect your rights in various areas of legal practice, focusing primarily in the areas of family law, real estate, and criminal law, as well as mediation. With offices in Fayetteville and Bentonville, we serve clients in the surrounding area as well as statewide. We offer legal counsel in a wide range of practice areas, including:
- Family law (divorce, child custody, child support, paternity, visitation, adoption, guardianship)
- Real estate transactions (For-Sale-By-Owner )
- Criminal defense law (traffic offenses, DUI/DWI, misdemeanors, felonies)
- Real estate law (property disputes, landlord/tenant)
- Employment and labor law
- Personal injury law (auto accidents, torts)
Whether you have been hurt in an accident, charged with a crime, contemplating a divorce, or selling your home, our attorneys have the knowledge and skill to help you understand your rights and achieve the best resolution of your case.
At McCurdy Pope Law and Mediation, we approach each case as a team. Our attorneys will work with you to identify your goals and provide a candid assessment of your case. We work together to provide the comprehensive guidance you need during every phase of your case. We understand that litigation can be unpredictable, lengthy, and costly to clients. Andrea is a certified mediator, and as attorneys we understand that many cases can be resolved through mediation and careful negotiation with all parties involved, alleviating the need for costly litigation, saving our clients time and money.
We know that no two cases or clients are exactly alike. That is why we are committed to providing each of our clients with personalized counsel and service that is tailored to their individual needs. We will take the time to answer your questions and will always keep you up to date with any important developments in your case. Our team of attorneys and staff is dedicated to providing the high-quality guidance and legal counsel you need to achieve the best result possible in your case.