Mr. Armstrong’s practice includes civil litigation, family law, divorce, child custody, and criminal law. Mr. Armstrong has handled many divorce and custody cases involving contentious custody and financial battles with great success. He has a reputation for courtroom success and currently serves the University of Arkansas School of Law as an Adjunct Professor, coaching the National Trial Competition Teams each year. Mr. Armstrong began his career in civil practice in Fayetteville, AR and Rogers, AR before joining the Benton County Prosecutor’s Office. While there, he served as the Child Sexual Abuse Prosecutor, and his practice focused solely on the prosecution of sex crimes against children. He handled several jury trials and oversaw dozens of felony sex abuse convictions. Additionally, he has a vast amount of experience in the corporate world, including spending seven years in management with FedEx in Arkansas, Tennessee, and Florida, and two years in management working for the Wal-Mart Home Office.