Committment to our values
- Take care of our clients with respect, dignity and appreciation.
- Provide the same level of professionalism to all clients and all cases regardless of size and complexity.
- Maintain highly qualified attorneys and staff and professionals with the knowledge and experience to maintain a corporate culture of constant communication with the client, responsibility and expeditious work performance.
- Offer superior legal representation at competitive prices which provides accessibility for clients.
- Provide comprehensive legal representation, counseling and advising legal services to relentlessly pursue the best interest of our clients by understanding each client's needs, expectations as well as providing legal strategies to fit our client's need.
On June 12, 2015, during its annual meeting, the Arkansas Bar Association honored Attorney Angela Galvis Schnuerle, in recognition of her services and support provided to the community of the state.
This recognition "Lawyer Community Legacy Award" is awarded to recognize and honor those lawyers and judges who have excelled and made a positive change in the service of the communities.
The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) National Board of Directors and the local Councils have honored Angela Galvis Schnuerle for her service to the Latino community. In 2005, she received a national award from President Hector Flores, and in 2014 she received the "Sueño Americano Award" and another award in 2015 for her community service from Council 750. In 2014 Angela was appointed to serve in the LULAC National Immigration Committee.
The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) is the nation's largest and oldest Hispanic civil rights organizations in the country.
"It is an honor and commitment to serve in what I fee is one of the most important issues of our community, particularly at a time when Immigration Reform is being considered by Congress," stated Angela Galvis Schnuerle, who has been an advocate for immigration reform since her arrival in the United States as a student.