Andrea Davis McCurdy is an attorney in Fayetteville, Arkansas focusing her practice on family law, civil law, and criminal defense. She is the owner of the law firm named McCurdy Law and Mediation and serves her clients in surrounding areas of Fayetteville and also statewide.
She is a Certified Mediator and has received certification from the Domestic and Civil Divisions of the Arkansas Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission in 2013. Under Administrative Order No 15, She is a Qualified Domestic Relations or Probate Attorney Ad Litem.
Under Family law, she routinely handles cases concerning divorce, child custody, child support, paternity, visitation, adoption, guardianship. He helps her clients in matters such as traffic offenses, DUI & DWI, misdemeanors, and felonies in her criminal defense practice.
Additionally, she deals in cases concerning Real estate transactions for Sale-By-Owner, Employment and labor law, Personal injury law including auto accidents and torts, as well as Real estate law including property disputes and landlord & tenant issues. She also devoted fifty percent of her practice to litigation.
She is compassionate to her clients and their legal needs and enjoys helping them find effective legal solutions to difficult situations. She decides the best course for her clients only after thoroughly assessing their position. Her representation reflects her understanding of the individual situation of her clients as well as their requirements.
Andrea McCurdy helps the parties involved resolve their disputes mindfully and move forward into the future after settling matters amicably, while tirelessly advocating for her clients. She is well-known for helping families and individuals through their tough times.
She cares for the families she represents and knows that divorce is not always the best answer to their problems. She has helped several families mend their troubles and move forward together as a family.
She spent her growing years in Louisiana and moved to Arkansas to join the University of Arkansas. In 2009, she completed her Bachelor’s of Science while earning a degree in Public Administration and went on to study at the University of Arkansas School of Law.
While in law school, she became a peer mentor and honors council student, as well as a member of the Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity, the Christian Legal Society and the American Bar Association. She won the Best Oralist Award for her first-year oral argument and Best Brief Award with her partner in the Benjamin J. Altheimer Moot Court Competition in 2011.
She also worked as a clerk for law firms Bailey & Oliver and Keith, Miller, Butler, Schneider & Pawlik, PLLC as well as for a Circuit Court Judge, Kim Smith, and gained valuable experience.
She earned her Juris Doctorate in 2012 and passed the bar exam to obtain the license to practice law in the state of Arkansas in 2013. She joined the law firm Hatfield Harris, PLLC as an Associate in the same year. Later, she served as a partner attorney with McCurdy Pope Law and Mediation until 2017 when she started her law firm McCurdy Law and Mediation.
Andrea D. McCurdy holds the membership of the Arkansas Bar Association and has served on its Lawyers Helping Lawyers Committee as well as Paralegal Committee.
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