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Dennis K. Wilson is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law. He served as a law clerk for the honorable Morris S. Arnold, Federal Appeals Court Judge for the United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Judicial Circuit. Before opening his own firm in 1996, Dennis practiced Estate Law with Miller Looney & Associates of Little Rock, Arkansas.
As a member of the Arkansas Bar Association Estate and Trust sections and Arkansas Bar Association Elder Law Legislative Review Committee, Dennis has lectured extensively on Estate Planning, Charitable Gift Planning, and Elder Law issues to attorneys, insurance professionals and other groups. Dennis is a member of WealthCounsel, the Arkansas Children’s Hospital Professional Advisors Counsel and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He is one of a small group of attorneys in Arkansas concentrating on Asset Protection relating to Elder Law issues as well as traditional asset protection for individuals and business owners. He practices statewide in the areas of Asset Protection, Estate Planning, Elder Law, Trusts, and Charitable Gift Planning.
In addition to his legal background, Dennis is an ordained Baptist minister with degrees in Biblical Languages, Philosophy and a Masters in Theology, and he currently serves as pastor of the Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church of Cabot, Arkansas. He has served as legal counsel for various planned giving groups including churches associated with The American Baptist Association, The Southern Baptist Convention, The Church of Christ, as well as institutions and organizations including The Missionary Baptist Seminary of Little Rock and The Arkansas Baptist Foundation.
At Wilson and Haubert, Dennis practices in the areas of Estate Planning, Business Law, & Elder Law.Intern/Law Clerk to The Honorable Morris S. Arnold, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Judicial Circuit, 1993-1994.
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