- 4.3/5.0 (39)
The Firm helps clients protect, preserve or in some cases increase their financial net worth. This may include, but is not limited to: 1) planning and developing strategies to protect assets and minimize creditor obligations, 2) advise and counsel fiduciaries, corporate boards and officers, limited liability company managers, and other persons in positions of responsibility, and 3) file legal actions or defend against other persons, the IRS, Departments of Finance or Labor, and other governmental agencies.
Hyden, Miron & Foster, PLLC is focused on two traditional objectives – obtaining beneficial results for our clients and providing superior personal service. We have been able to achieve these goals for two reasons.
First, we concentrate in a few practice areas. This enables us to work faster, more economical and produce higher quality results.
Second, our moderate size allows us to be unusually accessible. As a result, we are able to respond quickly to our clients' changing needs.
More Focus Means Better Performance at a Reasonable Cost.
By concentrating in specific practice areas, we are able to produce measurably better results for our clients. From attorneys to legal assistants, everyone in our firm is trained specifically to work in these areas.
Our lawyers each have substantial experience in the areas of law in which they concentrate their practices. Most of our lawyers have obtained either a masters of tax law, or designation as a certified public accountant.
It is the Firm's Goal of Providing Good Service and Value.
An attorney cannot serve a client well if he or she is inaccessible and unable to respond in a timely fashion to the client's needs or if the attorney is so expensive that the client hesitates to call the attorney for advice.
We are conscious of these issues. Therefore, we have created a system that fosters superior lawyer-client access and results in the performance of timely, high-quality work for a reasonable fee.
First, our size enables us to know our clients and their legal matters extremely well. For example, when you select us as your law firm, your work will consistently be performed or supervised by one of our partners.
In addition, each attorney has a legal assistant who works with him on virtually all cases. If you call and your attorney is unavailable for any reason, we make every effort to have someone readily available in our office who is knowledgeable about your specific situation and capable of responding to your request.
Second, using legal assistants for specific tasks, like drafting documents, also keeps our clients' costs to a minimum. Providing good value is an important element of our business philosophy. We want our clients to feel that they can call on us whenever they need advice or representation without having to pay a premium for the service.
Working With Other Professional Advisors.
Understanding that it is normally in a clients' best interest to create a team, the Firm makes it a priority to cooperate and stay in communication with our clients other advisors, including other attorneys, CPAs, financial and life insurance agents, etc. As a result of our relationships with these advisors, we receive many referrals from other professionals. Likewise, if we see that a client needs help on a matter that we are not qualified to handle, we refer our clients to other professionals who can assist them.
Professional and Ethical Responsibilities.
In all professional matters, we strive to be competent, prompt, and diligent. Our lawyers will be of the highest integrity, ethics and moral standards. Your lawyer will strive to maintain effective communication and will hold in strict confidence all information relating to your representation. We are strong advocates of continuing legal education so that our clients can benefit and be protected by changes in the law. We are actively involved in professional and community organizations. We believer lawyers play a vital role in the preservation of society, and we are committed to the integrity of the legal profession in general.
Summary and Invitation.
If you are seeking legal advice and counsel in the areas in which we practice, you will find Hyden, Miron & Foster, PLLC highly dedicated to achieving your goals.
We strive to offer each of our clients individual attention, prompt action and reasonable fees.
We value long-term relationships with our clients, and we often continue representation into succeeding generations.
Our Firm holds the highest rating issued by Martindale-Hubbell, a national directory of attorneys.
We would be pleased to discuss the types of services we provide at a time and place convenient for you. Please feel free to visit our offices and ask to speak to one of our attorneys or call us for an appointment.
A Professional Limited Liability Company
Specific Areas of Practice for our Little Rock office:
My brother and I owned a business that Mr. Miron was our company Attorney. In the end Miron sided with one of the brothers and has not been helpful to...Read more
My brother and I owned a business that Mr. Miron was our company Attorney. In the end Miron sided with one of the brothers and has not been helpful towards the other brother (50%) owner in his litigation due partly to Miron's actions. Miron is now about to face a Subpoena that he has already attempted to Quash. How can he not give one of the brothers the data that he paid for. Mr. Miron has been in this very same situation with two sisters and owners of a company a few years back.Read less
5.0/5.0 on 12/30/10 on 12/30/10
2.0/5.0 on 06/30/12 on 06/30/12
Undertook a case for which they had no expertise, failed to have litigation plan, had insufficient resources to support the litigation, all resulting in inflated costs an...Read more
Undertook a case for which they had no expertise, failed to have litigation plan, had insufficient resources to support the litigation, all resulting in inflated costs and preparation burden on client. Inadequate, reactive attitude to major litigation. Could not recommend for any type litigation and certainly would not use or recommend for advising survivors under normal probate circumstance.Read less