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Hiring a lawyer can be scary. It is a little like needing a mechanic when your car breaks down – you don’t know what’s wrong, but you know you need it fixed. You have to trust that the mechanic is honest, knows what he’s doing and is charging you a fair price. You have to put your faith in the mechanic. It is the same with the law. If you have a legal problem, chances are you need a lawyer to help you with that problem. You want a lawyer you can trust and who will respond to your needs. You want someone who knows the law and knows how to “fix” your problem. You also don’t want to be ripped off. You want to pay a reasonable price and you want to get what you pay for in as short of time as possible.

At the Law Offices of Dustin A. Duke we are committed to meeting your legal needs at a fair price and in a timely manner. We believe in keeping our clients informed of every step in the process, whether you come to us to plan your estate, draft documents, or to handle your case in court. We will explain on the front end what the law is, what work we will perform, what you can expect from us, and what we expect from you. We will also explain what hiring us will cost. We will keep you informed as your case or legal problem progresses and we will be available to answer your questions along the way.

Dustin Duke

Dustin is a graduate of the University of Arkansas Fayetteville School of Law.  He obtained his undergraduate degree at Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan where he studied political science and broadcasting.  Dustin has been practicing law since 2001. He began his legal career working with Legal Services offices, first in Fayetteville and then in Little Rock.  Dustin is licensed to practice in Arkansas state courts, including Arkansas trial courts, the Arkansas Court of Appeals, and Arkansas Supreme Court.  He is also licensed in the Federal District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas. Dustin is a past recipient of the Arkansas Bar Association’s Equal Justice Distinguished Service Award and the Arkansas Access to Justice Commission’s Champion of Justice Award.  

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