Satterfield Law Firm was born 60 years ago in 1953 when Billy L. Satterfield started his law practice in Little Rock, Arkansas. After his service in the United States Navy, in the Pacific Theater of World War II, Mr. Satterfield obtained his law degree from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville School of Law. His prior job as an insurance claims adjuster included traveling throughout the State of Arkansas adjusting claims. He then built and openned his law office. He practiced law as solo practitioner for many years in Little Rock until his children came aboard. The Satterfield Law Firm Attorneys were raised working in a law practice.
In 1979 Bill’s oldest child, Cynthia Satterfield Moody, obtained her law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law and entered the practice of law. His second child, Guy Randolph “Randy” Satterfield, graduated from the University of Arkansas Fayetteville School of Law in 1981 and also began the practice of law. Bill retired from the practice of law after many years due to health problems related to his military service, but his children continued to practice law in Little Rock. Randy’s married daughter, Laura E. Levine, is now a third generation graduate from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville School of Law and joined the law firm in 2009. In 2012, Laura left the practice of law after accepting an opportunity for a corporate position with a Fortune 500 Company.
The attorneys at Satterfield Law Firm have a combined wealth of experience in law practice in areas including divorce & custody; automobile accidents, wrongful death, & other personal injury; criminal defense in both state and federal courts, DWI defense; wills & estates; mediation; commercial law, corporations & limited liability companies; real estate law; federal & state court appeals; and many other areas of law.
In the affairs of life and business, both low and high profiled, you can rest assured the lawyers of Satterfield Law Firm, PLC, have seen it all. We have represented generations of family members and business owners and believe it is important to say what we do and do what we say. We continue a long tradition of confidential service and consider it a privilege to represent our clients in their important personal and business legal needs. We invite you to be a part of this Arkansas Tradition by honoring us with your trust in our chosen profession. We represent clients in what is often the most important matter of their personal and business lives. We also know that just being around a long time is not everything. Like anything else, it’s better to ask people who know. People who have used us or those who work in the judicial system. They know and we look forward to meeting you.