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When you’re facing a legal issue, one of the hardest challenges is knowing where to start. With a free case consultation, you can sit down with me personally to discuss your situation. 

The unfortunate reality of our justice system is that even the very best judges and juries sometimes make wrong decisions. Whether you’ve been the victim of an unfair judgment, or you simply weren’t given a fair settlement, you retain the right to pursue an appeal. 

For over two decades I’ve worked with a number of clients on a variety of different appeal cases to help their voice be heard. The decision for filing an appeal can vary depending on a number of factors, but typically an appeal stems from the belief that the judge or jury was biased, evidence was improperly considered, or applicable laws were misapplied. Should you choose to appeal your case, there are three potential outcomes: The decision will either be affirmed, reversed, or remanded and sent to a lower court for possible modification. 

Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:

  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Support
  • Post-Judgment Modification
  • Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
  • Military Family Law
  • Court-Martials & Military Defense
  • Criminal Defense
  • Civil Litigation
  • Appeals

Call today at 501-781-2547 to arrange your free initial consultation.

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Bar Admissions:

  • Arkansas, 1998

Education:

  • The University of Nebraska College of Law
    • 1998

Scott Scholl Won Our Case!

Very great attorney. Case began in 2005 and was settled in 2006. He will go the distance with you and fight hard until the finish.

-TREVA


Polite & Professional

My case made the front page of Arkansas’ statewide newspaper, and was carried on all local television stations. Mr. Scholl won a case few attorneys would take. He is polite, professional, and all business. I highly reccomend him as an attorney.

-JOHN


Highly Recommend

After using two prior attorneys, I finally found one that took the time to understand my case and represent my concerns. Above all he was successful and was obviously well respected by opposing attorneys and judge. He was successful in negotiations and I feel very good about my whole experience. I highly recommend Scott. If you are looking for an attorney, you will be happy with Scott Scholl as your selection.

-ANONYMOUS

Office Locations

Conway Office
700 S German Ln
Ste 101
Conway, AR 72034
Little Rock Office
111 Center Street
Suite 1200
Little Rock, AR 72201

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