- Civil Litigation
- Eminent Domain
- Estate Planning
- Family Law / Domestic Relations
- Land Use, Planning and Zoning
- Personal Injury
- Real Estate
- Social Security Disability
Representing Both Defendents and Plaintiffs in Complex Legal Issues
Lisle Rutledge P.A. is comprised of seven lawyers and ten staff members with more than 100 years of combined experience in the practice of law. While located in Springdale, AR, our client list spans Northwest Arkansas and beyond, and includes some 15,000 individuals we've helped through our relationship with LegalShield
We are a comprehensive, full-service firm, which means we offer quality services in virtually all areas of the law. Some of these services include wills, contracts, real estate, condemnation, employment, estate planning, divorce, child custody, criminal defense and personal injury (please see the Practice Areas page of this site for more details).
Our clients include cities, banks, small and large businesses, and individuals. We are probably proudest of the relationships we have built over the years with our long-time clients and, due to our longevity in this practice, the families of our clients. The practice of law, like any discipline, is based on trust earned over time, and it has been our privilege to assist multiple generations of families.
We are often asked if there is a rating system for lawyers. There is a nationally recognized corporation - Martindale-Hubbell - that publishes rankings based on the opinions of other lawyers. Martindale-Hubbell has consistently awarded Lisle Rutledge P.A. the highest possible ranking.
When you engage our services, you will find a talented and truly dedicated firm that is committed to your concerns. Like any law office, Lisle Rutledge exists to help you navigate in an increasingly complex world. We are passionate about helping people and we welcome the opportunity to meet you and see if we can be of service.
Lisle Rutledge is the exclusive legal services provider in Arkansas for LegalShield, a company that provides legal protection plans to small businesses and families throughout the United States and Canada.
Our firm has been recognized numerous times with the Firm of the Year Excellence Award, which is awarded to LegalShield attorney providers with the highest provider survey rankings and most positive client feedback. Lisle Rutledge has been recognized with one of the top two awards for the past 13 years.
Additionally, our associates have won the Member's Choice WOW Award, which is bestowed for exceptional and frequent praise from LegalShield members.
With over 1 million North American members, LegalShield is the industry leader of legal service plans.
Under our agreement, we serve LegalShield members in Arkansas as well as out-of-state members who have a legal concern that involves Arkansas law. If you are interested in learning more about LegalShield, including possibly becoming a member, click here: www.legalshield.com
If you are a new LegalShield member please click here for instructions on using your membership.
Although a significant portion of our practice involves serving LegalShield members, we also represent many clients who are not. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have a legal problem and need assistance of any kind.
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