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Providing Trusted Legal Support

Finding an attorney you can trust is no simple task. That’s why I’ve spent over 20 years working to establish trust in my community.

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Honest & Open Communication

I value the relationship with my clients, which is why I am committed to being honest and upfront at every turn.

“As a former member of the
United States Army, I’m proud to
continue serving my community.”

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It all starts with a free, one-on-one
case consultation with me.

When you’re facing a legal issue, one of the hardest challenges is knowing where to start. With a free case consultation, you can sit down with me personally to discuss your situation.

Scott A. Scholl

Attorney at Law

Before entering the legal profession, I served in the United States Army, culminating in a tour that involved the invasion of Panama in 1989. After my service, I decided to enter law school, earning my Juris Doctor from the University of Nebraska College of Law. Today, my background and experience have allowed me to successfully serve clients throughout Little Rock and across Arkansas for over two decades.

Working with you
every step of the way

“When you work with me, I won’t ask you to blindly trust me with your case. Instead, I’ll use my analytical skills and experience to help you understand exactly what you’re up against and the options you have. Together, we can try to find a solution that fits your needs.”

— Scott Scholl

How do you know if you should
file for an appeal in court?

The unfortunate reality of our justice system is that even the very best judges and juries sometimes make wrong decisions. Whether you’ve been the victim of an unfair judgment, or you simply weren’t given a fair settlement, you retain the right to pursue an appeal. 

For over two decades I’ve worked with a number of clients on a variety of different appeal cases to help their voice be heard. The decision for filing an appeal can vary depending on a number of factors, but typically an appeal stems from the belief that the judge or jury was biased, evidence was improperly considered, or applicable laws were misapplied. Should you choose to appeal your case, there are three potential outcomes: The decision will either be affirmed, reversed, or remanded and sent to a lower court for possible modification. 

The decision to appeal is one that should always be considered when faced with an unsuccessful outcome or verdict. The appeals process has its own unique set of rules, and I welcome the challenge of presenting case details to win appeals for my clients over disputed court rulings.

Legal issues can be stressful.

Let me help you find a resolution.

Practice Areas

No matter what you’re up against, I’m here to help.


Virtually any legal decision made by a judge or jury is open to an appeal. Let me guide you through the process.

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Family Law

From divorce and child custody to visitation and child adoption, I can help you find a resolution.

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Military Law

As a former member of the U.S. Army, I have the knowledge needed to handle any military law case.

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Military Family Law

As a former service member, I’m well versed in the unique legal circumstances that military families face.

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Civil Litigation

With extensive courtroom experience, I can make sure you’re prepared for any litigation challenge.

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Criminal Defense

No matter the crime, I can outline a strong defense for your case and help you fight for your freedom.

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What My Clients Say


Very great attorney. Case began in 2005 and was settled in 2006. He will go the distance with you and fight hard until the finish.


Mr. Scholl won a case few attorneys would take. He is polite, professional, and all business. I highly recommend him as an attorney!


I finally found an attorney that took the time to understand my case and represent my concerns. I highly recommend Scott!


Frequently Asked Questions

I was awarded guardianship over two boys, but the mother wants them back. Does she have a case?

There can be scenarios that make it possible for a parent to revoke their guardianship consent. Speak with a family law attorney so you can work toward a solution for your situation.

If my child’s father pays child support, does
that also give him visitation rights?

Child support is an entirely separate issue from child custody and visitation. Just because he pays child support does not automatically entitle him to visitation rights, just as not paying child support does not prevent him from having visitation rights.

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Put more than two decades of experience on your side

The Scholl Law Firm, PLLC is a full-service law firm that is dedicated to providing the highest level of legal counsel and representation to clients on a variety of different legal issues. From legal appeals to family and military law, my firm is fully equipped to handle cases big and small at the state and federal levels. With two convenient office locations in Little Rock and Conway, I aim to serve clients across Arkansas in any way that I can. 

For over two decades I’ve been working with individuals and families to provide reliable legal counsel and support that can help them navigate the justice system. My goal is to provide legal solutions that can help my clients move forward. I understand how stressful legal issues can be, which is why I'm proud to help simplify the process and provide my clients with peace of mind.

I take this approach because it’s important for my clients to feel comfortable and confident with their case in my hands. I understand how hard it is to find an attorney you can trust, and I want my clients to know that their needs will always be my top priority. I’m also committed to providing open and honest communication throughout the handling of every case so that my clients never feel in the dark over how their case is progressing. 

At the end of the day, I understand that life can present unique challenges, and my goal is to help my clients meet and overcome those challenges in any way I can. So if you or someone you know is looking for trusted legal counsel, call my office today to set up a free case consultation. Together, we can work to find a solution to your situation.