Bill was born in Memphis, Tennessee and always had an interest in the law growing up. He received his undergraduate degree from McNeese State University and went on to receive his J.D. degree from the University of Arkansas. He was admitted to the bar in 1984 in the U.S. District Court (Eastern & Western Districts of Arkansas) and U.S. Court of Appeals (8th Circuit). Over the years, Bill has developed a wealth of experience in real estate law, land use and planning, corporate law, probate law, estate planning law, and related litigation. His professional affiliations include the Benton County Bar Association, Arkansas Bar Association, and American Inns of Court.
Buzz was born and raised in the picturesque Ozark Mountain town of Marshall, Arkansas. He graduated from State College of Arkansas and received his J.D. degree from the University of Arkansas. While in school, Buzz was a contributing biography member of the Arkansas Law Review. He was admitted to the bar in 1970 in the U.S. District Court (Eastern & Western Districts of Arkansas).
Buzz has become known in the region for his work in commercial law, bankruptcy law, civil litigation, employment law, real estate, corporate law, contracts, probate, and banking. His professional affiliations include the Benton County Bar Association, Arkansas Bar Association, American Inns of Court.
Jennifer was born in upstate New York, but her family relocated to central Arkansas when she was young and she has considered Arkansas home ever since. She received her bachelor of science degree from Oklahoma State University before returning to Arkansas to earn her J.D. degree from the University of Arkansas. Jennifer has since made her home in Northwest Arkansas. Jennifer was admitted to the Arkansas bar in 2001, and the Missouri bar in 2011. She is also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court (Eastern & Western Districts of Arkansas). Her professional affiliations include the Benton County Bar Association, Arkansas Bar Association, and the Missouri Bar Association.
Jennifer's practice areas include real estate law, lien law, estate planning, probate, commercial law, and corporate law.
Jennifer believes in the importance of giving back to her community. In addition to her law practice, she is an adjunct professor at Northwest Arkansas Community College where she teaches classes on both business law and wills, trusts, and estates. The nights or weekends that she isn’t teaching, you can probably find her on one of Rogers’s basketball courts or softball fields officiating local, recreational-level youth sports. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors, traveling and making memories, and spending time with her husband, daughter, and four-legged children.
Andrew was born in Fort Knox, Kentucky. He grew up in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. He attended Ouachita Baptist University where he received his bachelor of arts degree. Andrew went on to earn his J.D. degree from the University of Arkansas and was admitted to the Arkansas Bar and the U.S. District Court (Eastern & Western Districts of Arkansas) in 2010.Andrew is a member of the Benton County Bar Association and the Arkansas Bar Association, and is a tenured delegate to the Arkansas Bar Association's House of Delegates. His practice areas include civil litigation, divorce/family law, criminal defense, commercial/corporate law, real estate, probate, and estate planning.
Andrew believes in the importance of supporting the community. He is a past president of the Rotary Club of Downtown Rogers. He has also served on the Rogers Board of Adjustment, the boards of Friends of Hobbs State Park - Conservations Area, Inc. and Pedal It Forward NWA, and the planning committee for the Rogers Cycling Festival.
Will was born and raised in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Seeking higher education, he migrated from the Ouachita Mountains to the Ozark Mountains, and earned degrees in both Mathematics and Philosophy from the University of Arkansas. He continued at the University of Arkansas to earn a J.D. with honors, and has since considered Northwest Arkansas home.
Will’s practice areas include litigation, contracts, business entity formation, real estate transactions, construction law, land use and planning (such as rezones, conditional use permits and variances), probate, and estate planning.
In particular, during his time in practice, Will has undertaken over one hundred rezonings and other land use matters, appearing in front of City Councils, Planning Commissions, and other municipal and county boards, in nearly every single setting in Northwest Arkansas. During that time, Will has represented a broad spectrum of development interests, ranging from rezoning for vertical, mixed-use infill, to obtaining setback variances for a simple home remodel. Will assists developers from the planning stage to closing, and has a wide breadth of experience in real estate transactions, title matters, and document preparation. Aside from planning matters, Will represents a large number property- and home-owners’ associations, and has a high level of experience with drafting of covenants, bylaws, horizontal property regimes, and other recorded land instruments. Will also represents a number of property management firms, and frequently assists with evictions and lease provisions.
Will is resident of Rogers, and a member of the Arkansas and Benton County Bar Associations. When not practicing law, Will enjoys watching live music and travelling, preferably at the same time.
Michelle grew up in the small unincorporated community of Bismarck, Arkansas. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Henderson State University before going on to earn her J.D. degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock - William H. Bowen School of Law in 2022. Michelle was admitted to the Arkansas Bar in 2022 and the U.S. District Court (Western & Eastern Districts of Arkansas) in 2023.
Michelle's practice areas include estate planning, probate, real estate law, family law, and general civil litigation. Her professional affiliations include the Benton County Bar Association and the Arkansas Bar Association.
In her free time, Michelle enjoys spending time with her family and her two dogs, Harley and Molly.
Catelyn was born in Dallas, Texas, and grew up in its Northeast metroplex. She received her undergraduate degree from Hendrix College in 2014 in Literary Studies with an emphasis in Film Studies. She played softball there and holds the career school record for most sacrifice bunts, received several conference distinctions, and was the recipient of the Carl Babcock Award for Leadership in Athletics. She went on to receive her J.D. degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville. She was admitted to the Arkansas bar in 2017. She has worked in-house for local title companies serving in senior leadership roles, and served as a Deputy Public Defender in the Twelfth Judicial District, Sebastian County, Arkansas, from 2018 to 2019. Her practice areas include real estate/title, criminal defense, corporate law, land use and planning, probate, estate planning, and related civil litigation. Her professional affiliations include the Arkansas Bar Association and Benton County Bar Association.
When not practicing law, Catelyn enjoys kayaking, biking, and gardening. She resides in Fayetteville with her spouse and their medley of rescued animals. She is passionate about involvement in the NWA Community and contributing to positive change through support and volunteer work with local nonprofits and other charitable organizations.