Patrick is a native of the area having grown up in Little Rock. He graduated from Little Rock Central High School and served as co-captain of the debate squad his senior year. Go Tigers! He graduated from the William H. Bowen School of Law after receiving his Bachelors degree in Sociology from Hendrix College in Conway.
Patrick has been with Wilson & Haubert, PLLC since 2017 and worked there while finishing up his law degree until he was a licensed attorney. Patrick’s practice focuses on debt settlement and landlord tenant issues.
Patrick lives in the Hillcrest neighborhood of Little Rock with his wife Liz, also a soon-to-be attorney, and their daughters, Nora and Margot.
- Landlord Tenant
- Real Estate Law
- Family Law
- Free Consultation
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- English: Spoken, Written
- Wilson & Haubert, PLLC
- - Current
- Law Clerk
- Pulaski County Circuit Court
- I researched legal issues for a circuit judge in Pulaski County and assisted in the judge's decision-making process and opinion writing.
- William H. Bowen School of Law
- J.D. (2018) | Law
- Hendrix College
- B.A. (2011) | Sociology
- State Bar of Arkansas
- Do ride-share companies owe drivers money
8 May 2019
- Can caregivers or care workers be paid more?
3 May 2019
- February 2019 Arkansas Bar Exam Results
5 April 2019
- Can teachers get their job back?
27 March 2019
- New Name | Same Firm
24 February 2019
- What are Uncompensated Transfers and Penalty Periods?
18 February 2019
- When is Joint Custody Considered the Best Interest of The Child?
11 February 2019
- Child Support Payments – What to Expect
4 February 2019
- Best Interest of the Child | Do Judges Get It Right?
28 January 2019
- Q. The tenant changed the locks without getting permission and without notifying the landlord, tenant refused to give
- A: It's usually part of every residential lease agreement that the landlord has some sort of right of entry for inspection/emergency maintenance/etc. It also seems like the initial changing the locks would likely be a breach of the lease by the tenant. It really all depends on what the terms of your lease agreement say.
- Q. My landlord changed the locks before I was able to remove my personal property even though the eviction notice gives us
- A: Unfortunately, once you've left the property, most of your personal belongings are deemed abandoned if you don't get them out quick enough. I would communicate with your former landlord to see if he'll let you in to get your things.
- Q. Can a landlord kick in your door and rent to another tenant before you have been evicted
- A: Definitely not. If this really happened, you need a lawyer right away.
- Q. If my landlord wants to evict me, does he have to provide written notice to evict?
- A: Yes. A landlord must give you written notice before starting the legal eviction process. The type of notice and length of time depend on the reason for the eviction.