Serving Central Arkansas
Gregg Knutson has over 17 years of experience handling personal injury, bankruptcy, divorce and other legal matters. Call (501)224-2928 to schedule a free consultation with an attorney. I will take the time to listen to you, and explain how I can help. For specific legal advice, be sure to consult an Arkansas attorney. Dealing with creditors, bill collectors, lawsuits, insurance adjusters, child custody matters, or divorce can be stressful without someone acting as an advocate on your behalf. Be sure to get the help you need from an attorney you can trust.
History of Knutson Law Firm
Mr. Knutson graduated with a law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law in 1997, and is licensed in all state and federal courts in Arkansas. He also holds an M.B.A. degree and a bachelor’s degree in business.
Gregg began practicing law as an attorney with Wallace & Hamner in Little Rock, Arkansas. At that firm, he regularly handled cases involving personal injury, divorce, child support, estate planning, bankruptcy, corporate law and other legal matters. Mr. Knutson has also handled over thirty appeals to the Arkansas Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. He has worked as a lawyer on several published appellate decisions, most notably Simmons First Bank of Arkansas v. Bob Callahan Services, Inc.. After five years at Wallace & Hamner, Gregg opened his own law firm in April, 2002. Mr. Knutson continues his work as a lawyer focused on personal injury, divorce, child custody, bankruptcy, estate planning, and other legal matters.
In 2012, Mr. Knutson moved his law office to Benton, Arkansas. He regularly represents clients in Saline County, Pulaski County, Little Rock, Hot Springs, Malvern, Texarkana, Batesville, El Dorado, and surrounding areas.
Gregg lives in Benton with his wife and daughter, and is proud to live and work in Saline County. He enjoys camping, boating, hunting, and fishing. Gregg is a strong supporter of the community, and serves on the board of directors of the Kiwanis Club of Saline County. He is also an active member at Benton First United Methodist Church. Mr. Knutson also recently graduated from the 2014 Class of the Saline County Leadership program.