FIRM HISTORY James R. Wallace & Associates, PLLC is the successor law firm to James R. Wallace & Associates, P.A, which was founded by James R. Wallace in 1975. The firm was founded on a simple philosophy ; provide the best legal service for families across a wide range of legal needs. Because of that, James R. Wallace & Associates is recognized as a quality law firm that assists families, small businesses and others with a wide range of legal needs. The firm is rated AV in Martindale-Hubbell, which is an objective rating system for attorneys based upon two components ; General Ethical Standards and Legal Ability. Our firm has received the highest honors in each category, with a V ' Very High rating for General Ethical Standards and an A ' Very High to Preeminent rating in Legal Ability. James R. Wallace & Associates has strived since its founding to provide both competent and compassionate representation for its clients and all members of the firm are committed to those objectives. Our law firm is still committed to statewide representation of a cross-section of the community, providing excellent legal services over a wide range of legal fields. We are located on the first floor of the historic Centre Place building in the heart of downtown Little Rock. One block from the Pulaski County Courthouse, across the street from the Federal Bankruptcy Courthouse, and only three blocks from the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas. All attorneys at this office are licensed in all Arkansas municipal courts and county courts, the Arkansas Court of Appeals and Arkansas Supreme Court, all Federal District Courts located in State of Arkansas, Federal Bankruptcy Courts located in the State of Arkansas, and the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals. NOTICE: PLEASE DO NOT SEND E-MAIL CONTAINING INFORMATION THAT IS SPECIFIC TO YOUR CASE, OR INFORMATION WHICH YOU WISH TO MAINTAIN AS CONFIDENTIAL. E-MAIL COMMUNICATIONS MAY NOT BE USED TO DISQUALIFY THIS LAW FIRM FROM REPRESENTATION OF ANY PARTY TO LITIGATION, AND THE RECEIPT OF E-MAIL FROM YOU DOES NOT CREATE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP.