The attorneys at Nailling & Terrell PLLC have extensive experience in representing clients in criminal matters ranging from local ordinance violations, traffic tickets, misdemeanor, and felonies charges. Our attorneys routinely represent clients in the district courts of Springdale, Fayetteville, Rogers, Bentonville, Lowell, Cave Springs, Elm Springs, Centerton, Johnson, Tontitown, Siloam Springs, Elkins, West Fork, Prairie Grove, Farmington, Pea Ridge, Gentry, Berryville, Green Forest, Fort Smith, Alma, and Van Buren. We also handle felony charges in Washington County, Benton County, Madison County, Carroll County, Sebastian County, and Crawford County Circuit Courts.
Our immigration services include naturalization, adjustment of status applications, family-based visa petitions, consular processing immigrant visas, waivers, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Temporary Protected Status (TPS), K-1 visa petitions, B1/B2 visitor visa applications, Bond/Custody hearings, detained cases, Freedom of Information Act Requests (FOIA), and more.
Our attorneys can help you start up your business including incorporating your corporation, non-profit, limited liability company (LLC), or partnership. If you have an existing business and find yourself in need of document review, compliance review, or policy review, our law firm can also help with those matters.
Christin Nailling has been handling family law cases for almost a decade, including divorce cases, paternity actions, guardianships, adoptions, custody and child support matters.
If you have been involved in an accident or automobile collision in which you were injured, it is important that you have legal representation. We will fight on your behalf to maximize your recovery, whether it is negotiating with the insurance company, or litigating the matter in the event a settlement cannot be reached.
Nailling & Terrell PLLC defends juveniles charged with criminal matters in juvenile court and diversion hearings with probation officers. Additionally, we represent parents in dependency/neglect cases and Families in Need of Services (FINS) cases.
DHS Maltreatment Registry Appeals
If your name has been placed on the Child Maltreatment Registry, our attorneys can assist you in appealing that finding in administrative law hearings.