Pamela A. Haun

Pamela A. Haun


Attorney Pamela Haun focuses her practice on estate planning, probate, business law, guardianships and family law. She routinely advises the firm’s clients on various business related matters including the formation of new companies, the transfer of business ownership and various employment and tax questions that arise in the business arena.

Pam has litigation experience representing fiduciaries in probate and trust litigation before the Arkansas state courts. In the family law arena, she has represented many individuals in the litigation, mediation and settlement of their divorce or dispute over custody or child support. She is also experienced in representing individuals and business entities as they become and serve as guardians of incapacitated individuals.

A licensed CPA, Pam has a thorough understanding of taxes and personal accounting, so she is highly qualified to prepare estate plan documents for individuals facing complex family situations and estate tax implications upon death as well as represent executors and trustees in probate and trust administration matters, including contested litigation.

As a certified mediator, Pam acts as a trained neutral third party and facilitator to assist parties in a less formal dispute resolution process. The mediation process allows parties to actively engage in discussion and collaboration to reach a mutually acceptable resolution. Pam is certified to mediate civil, probate and family law cases.


Pam earned her bachelor’s in accounting from Arkansas State University, where she graduated summa cum laude with university honors.  She obtained her CPA license in Arkansas in 1997.  She then returned to school and obtained her J.D. from the University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, where she graduated first in her class and magna cum laude.  While in law school, Pam was a member of the Moot Court Board and a staff member of the University of Memphis Law Review.  

Practice Areas

Estate Planning

Wills and Estates


Business Law

Commercial Transactions

Family Law


Bar Admissions

Arkansas, 2001

Tennessee, 2001

U.S. District Court Eastern District 
of Arkansas

U.S. District Court Western District 
of Arkansas


University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
J.D., 2001
Honors: magna cum laude
Honors: First in her Class
Law Review: University of Memphis Law Review, 1999 - 2001

Arkansas State University, Jonesboro
B.S., Accounting, 1996
Honors: summa cum laude, 
President’s List all semesters, 
Graduated with University


Published Works and Presentations

"Hoffman v. Comshare, Inc. (In re Comshare, Inc. Securities Litigation," University of Memphis Law Review, 2001 

     "The Marital Privilege in the Twenty-First Century," University of Memphis Law Review, 2001

Professional Associations

Craighead County Bar Association

Arkansas Bar Association

American Bar Association

Arkansas Society of CPAs

Northeast Arkansas Society of CPAs

Pro Bono Activities

Arkansas Volunteer Lawyers
for the Elderly, 2001 - Present

Legal Aid of Arkansas,
2001 - Present

Other Professional Licensure

Certified Public Accountant

Certified Mediator,
Civil Division
Domestic Relations Division


Community Involvement

Legal Aid of Arkansas

United Way of Northeast Arkansas,
Regional Impact Committee
Altrusa International Inc. of Jonesboro