Attorney Brent Hall is dedicated to the aggressive and ethical pursuit of each client’s goals with a focus on personal attention and hand-tailored, proven results grounded in thorough preparation and zealous advocacy.
Mr. Hall came to the practice of law from his previous career in law enforcement. A former law enforcement instructor and member of the Fort Smith Police Department (1997 – 2004), Mr. Hall was a recognized expert in Drug Recognition and DWI during his tenure in law enforcement.
After graduation from the Oklahoma City University School of Law (magna cum laude) in 2008, Mr. Hall was admitted to the Arkansas bar. He joined Byars & Hall in 2012.
Mr. Hall focuses his practice in the areas of family law (divorce, custody/visitation, child/spousal support, adoption, and DHS dependency-neglect cases), criminal law (including DWI charges, juvenile court proceedings and drug court proceedings), and probate law (including guardianship, estate planning and will preparation, and the probate process).
He also works in the area of Social Security disability on the federal level.
Mr. Hall is married to Jennifer Hall, with whom he has two sons, Camden (age 13) and Cade (age 12). The Hall family attends Grace Community Methodist Church in Fort Smith.