Law Firm in Hot Springs, AR

Schnipper, Britton & Stobaugh

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Friendly, reliable & candid legal advice. a tradition of
excellence since 1875. Offers free consultation.
The Hot Springs, AR law firm of Schnipper, Britton & Stobaugh provides representation in cases involving residential and commercial real estate, probate litigation, business formation and insurance defense. Schnipper, Britton & Stobaugh is the second-oldest law firm in Arkansas. Founded in Hot Springs in 1875, we’ve been a consistent part of our city’s colorful history. Our early members took in spring training baseball games at Whittington Park, as legendary players like Babe Ruth got in shape for their upcoming seasons. We survived the devastating fire of 1913 that destroyed the southern portion of the city. We endured through two World Wars and saw Hot Springs transformed from a retreat for Prohibition gangsters to one of the most notable small cities for launching a business or a new career. Over the course of more than 140 years, our law firm has flourished, because our practice rests on a solid foundation: a commitment to give the best possible legal counsel to each and every client. You can be confident that our firm, which has stood the test of time, can withstand any challenges your legal issues pose.
Don Schnipper joined the firm in 1964. Mr. Schnipper received his undergraduate degree from the University of Arkansas in 1963 and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Arkansas School of Law in 1964. Mr. Schnipper has been in continuous practice with the firm for over 50 years. Over his long and distinguished career as an attorney in Hot Springs, Arkansas, he has held a number of leadership positions including: Arkansas Bar Association President (1988); State Board of Law Examiners Chairman (1981); Southern Conference of Bar Presidents Chairman (1986-1987); Garland County Bar Association Chairman (1985-1986); and Arkansas Code Revision Commission Member (2007-2011). Mr. Schnipper has also been an active member of the Hot Springs Community and served as a board member on a number of local civic and charitable organizations. Mr. Schnipper is married to Mary Ann Schnipper and they have two daughters and four grandchildren. They are both active members of First United Methodist Church.
Practice Areas
 Legal Services  Insurance
 Banking (Business, Mortgage)  Negligence
 Business Law  Personal Injury
 Children (Custody, Support)  Probate & Contested Wills
 Family Law  Real Estate/Property
 Juris Doctor (J.D.)
University of Arkansas, B.A., 1963
University of Arkansas, J.D., 1964
Garland County Bar Association
Arkansas Bar Association
American Bar Associations
Bar Admissions
"1964, Arkansas 1964, U.S. District Court, Western District of Arkansas, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eigh
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