Stephen (“Steve”) W. Butler is currently senior partner in the transactional sections for Miller, Butler, Schneider, Pawlik & Rozzell, PLLC. He is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). He primarily concentrates his practice on Business and Commercial Law, Tax Law, and Estate Planning.
Steve’s office is located in our downtown Roger’s location. He has represented cases in The United States Tax Court, and The United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas. Steve is a member of the Arkansas Bar Association Probate and Trust Section, the Arkansas Bar Association Taxation Section, and the American Association of Attorney- Certified Public Accountants.
Steve has experience in small business transactions, including governance, business acquisitions and selling opportunities, succession planning, as well as estate and gift planning, taxation law, tax planning, tax preparation, and tax litigation.
As a long-standing citizen of Arkansas and graduate of the University of Arkansas, Steve enjoys cheering on the Razorbacks. He is a member of Cross Church and loves to spend his free time traveling and attending sporting events with his family.
- Business and Commercial Law
- Tax Law
- Estate Planning
- Elder Law
- Banking & Financial Institutions
- University of Arkansas- B.S.B.A. in Accounting
- University of Arkansas School of Law – Juris Doctor
Leadership & Community Service Experience
- President of Open Avenues Legacy Foundation Board of Directors
- President of the Rogers Razorback Club
- Rogers Noon Rotary
- Arkansas Children’s Hospital Foundation Professional Advisory Council
- Vice-chairman of the Northwest Arkansas Estate Planning Council Board of Directors
Bar & Court Admissions
- All state courts in Arkansas
- All state courts in Missouri
- The United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas
- The United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit
- The United States Tax Court
- A frequent speaker for various organizations on estate, charitable, business, and tax planning matters