Attorneys At Law
The law firm of Thurman & Flanagin was founded in 2003 and has represented thousands of individuals in a wide variety of legal cases and situations. The majority of the representation has been on behalf of those injured in an accident, disabled and seeking benefits, or facing criminal charges and needing strong representation. In these legal cases, it is important to have a trusted professional on your side. Our attorneys make sure you understand every detail of your case so that together we can get you the justice you deserve.
For the attorneys at Thurman & Flanagin, clients are more like family than just a name on a case file. Every person in the law firm works towards finding the best legal solution for every client. Whether it’s applying for disability benefits or seeking restitution for an injury accident, we will be there when you need us most.
Clients at both the Eureka Springs and Fayetteville offices will find a comfortable, relaxed environment where they can put their mind at ease. Our buildings are easy to find and offer a calming atmosphere during a stressful time. We do our best to make each appointment with a client comfortable and convenient.
Our clients will also find a professional staff that is well-trained to represent them in the following areas:
- Supplemental security insurance (SSI)
- Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)
- Initial application
- Appeal process
- Financial arrangements
- Setting up wills, trusts, and estates
Meet the Attorneys
Greg Thurman and his family have deep roots in Carroll County and Northwest Arkansas. He was raised in Berryville, where he graduated from Berryville High School in 1991. Greg attended both undergraduate school and law school at the nearby University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Upon graduation from law school in 1998, he began practicing law in Fayetteville.
In 2000, Greg expanded his practice into Carroll County and in 2003 he founded his own law firm with offices in Eureka Springs and Fayetteville. That law firm is now known as Thurman & Flanagin and it has offices in Eureka Springs and a Branch Office in Fayetteville. Greg is a member of the Washington and Carroll County Bar Associations, the Arkansas Bar Association, the Arkansas Trial Lawyer’s Association and the National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives.
Greg continued his entrepreneurial spirit in 2006 when he and two other lawyers bought what was known as Berryville Abstract and Title, which now operates as Kings River Title with three locations serving Carroll, Washington, and Benton counties.
Greg is active in the community. He serves on the Equity Bank of Berryville’s advisory board, and has served on the Mercy Hospital Board of Berryville, supports his local public schools and is a member of Grandview Baptist Church.
He and his wife, Ashley, live in Berryville with their family.
Chris Flanagin is a native of Forrest City, Arkansas, and has practiced law in Eureka Springs and Northwest Arkansas for the past 10 years. Chris is a 1996 graduate of Forrest City High School, received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville in 1999, and graduated from the Bowen School of Law in Little Rock in 2002. After graduation, he began as a deputy prosecuting attorney for the Third Judicial District in Newport, Arkansas. In 2002, Chris became a deputy prosecuting attorney in the 19th East Judicial District in Eureka Springs and Berryville. During his time as a deputy prosecutor, Chris prosecuted hundreds of felony cases and obtained convictions in numerous jury and bench trials.
For the last six years, Chris has worked in private practice with Greg Thurman and focused his practice primarily on criminal defense and personal injury work. He has defended hundreds of clients in misdemeanor and felony cases, including many felony drug and DWI cases. He has obtained many successful dismissals and acquittals in criminal cases, and recovered money damages for many people who have been injured in accidents when otherwise the person would not have the ability to pursue the legal action.
Stevin Williams is grounded in the NWA community and grew up taking float trips down the King’s River. Stevin graduated from Berryville Highschool and received his undergraduate degree in History and Political Science at Arkansas Tech University. He then went on to graduate with a Juris Doctorate from the University of Arkansas School of Law. After law school, Stevin began working as a law clerk in the summer of 2012 and began his career as an attorney in September of 2014. Stevin is a licensed attorney in the state of Arkansas and an associate attorney at Thurman & Flanagin, Attorneys at Law.
As an associate attorney, Stevin sees his position as a way to help others. He enjoys guiding clients to make an informed decision when navigating legal aspects of their lives. Outside of work, Stevin enjoys spending his free time exploring the Buffalo River area and hiking in the Ozarks.
Wade A. Williams
Born and raised around Farmington, AR, Wade A. Williams has a deep appreciation for the NWA community. After graduating from Fayetteville High School in 1983, Wade went on to receive a degree in Agricultural Business as well as a Degree of Juris Doctor from the University of Arkansas. Wade spent some time working for a small law firm in Bentonville before he decided that he wanted to open his own practice in 1992.
In 2006, alongside two other attorneys, Greg Thurman and Matt Bishop, Wade bought what was known as Berryville Abstract and Title. This company now operates as Kings River Title with five locations in Benton, Washington, and Carroll counties. Since 2006, Wade continues to serve as President of Kings River Title Company where he is responsible for the oversight of three separate locations and 18 employees.
In 2015, Wade merged his firm with the Thurman & Flanagin law firm. Their offices now reside in Fayetteville, Eureka Springs, and Berryville. Thurman & Flanagin focuses on the areas of real estate, estate and trust planning, corporate formation and transactional law. Wade currently holds an Attorney’s license for the State of Arkansas and is a licensed Title Agent for the State of Arkansas. He and his wife, Elizabeth, live in Fayetteville with their family.
Wade was appointed by Governor Mike Huckabee to serve on the State Parks, Recreation and Travel Commission in 1997 and 2003 and to serve on the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission from 2009 to 2011. Wade is currently a member of the American, Arkansas and Carroll County Bar Associations, and Arkansas and American Land Title Associations.
Megan Tweedy grew up riding horses, swimming in the 11 Point River, and working at her family’s business in Pocahontas, Arkansas. Like many Arkansans, Megan is no stranger to hard work—in fact, her first job was driving a forklift at her father’s sawmill. Megan eventually left the forklift behind to attend Arkansas State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in multimedia journalism. After graduating from Arkansas State University in December 2015, Megan moved to Fayetteville and began law school at the University of Arkansas.
Megan first joined Thurman and Flanagin as a law clerk in the summer of 2017. Megan found Thurman and Flanagin was a perfect fit for her and continued working at the firm throughout her time in law school. After graduating cum laude from University of Arkansas School of Law in May 2019, Megan passed the Arkansas bar examination and happily returned to Thurman and Flanagin as an associate attorney. Megan’s practice areas include personal injury, estate planning, family law, and criminal defense. Megan is a member of the Arkansas Bar Association and the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association. Megan is also a certified wedding officiant.
Although Megan is not a Northwest Arkansas native, she quickly fell in love with the area and made it her home. When Megan is not in the office or the courtroom, she enjoys hiking, floating the Buffalo River, swimming in Beaver Lake, and exploring local thrift stores. Megan also proudly serves as a board member of the Eureka Springs Historical Museum.