Attorneys at Law – Hot Springs


 Adam Williams

Adam Williams is the managing partner of Farrar & Williams, PLLC. Adam has practiced law for over 20 years and has developed experience in many areas of law. His practice focuses on elder law with an emphasis on nursing home planning, VA benefits planning, probate, guardianship, trusts, and estate planning. Adam is a frequent lecturer at continuing education seminars on elder law topics.

Adam is a native of Hot Springs and graduated from Lake Hamilton High School.  He graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and obtained his law degree from the University of Arkansas in Little Rock where he was an associate editor of the “UALR Law Journal.” Adam also writes a monthly article in the “Senior Scene” edition to the Sentinel Record on various legal topics.

Adam is active in the community, currently serving on the Boards for First Step, Inc. and the First Step Foundation. He is also a graduate of Leadership Hot Springs and a member of Lake Valley Community Church. Adam is married to Kim Williams and they have three children: Kaitlyn, Keaton, and Kaden.


 Tiffany Tucker

Tiffany Tucker graduated from Ouachita Baptist University Magna Cum Laude in 2009. She obtained her law degree from UALR William H. Bowen School of Law. She is currently serving as the Garland County Bar Association Secretary, a member of the Arkansas Bar Association, and is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

Tiffany is an associate attorney at Farrar & Williams, PLLC and practices in all areas of trust and estate planning. She is an accredited Veterans Affairs attorney.

Tiffany serves on the Board of Trustees at Mid America Science Museum and the Garland County Habitat For Humanity. She is a graduate of Leadership Hot Springs and is active in Hot Springs National Park Rotary, Hot Springs Future Fund, and Hot Springs Young Professionals. She lives in Hot Springs with her husband, Clint Tucker.


 Clay Farrar

Clay Farrar is a native of Hot Springs and attended Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee, where he graduated with distinction. He obtained his law degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas in 1975.

Clay has been active in numerous civic affairs, including service as director of Bear State Bank, past chairman of St. Joseph’s Mercy Health Foundation, and past president of Hot Springs National Rotary Club and Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce.

Clay Farrar retired in January 2015 after a 40-year professional career as an estate planning attorney. Clay is very proud of the younger attorneys in the firm, Adam Williams and Tiffany Tucker. Clay explained, “It is very important to me that my clients have excellent legal services. I can with great confidence recommend both Adam Williams and Tiffany Tucker. I know they will provide outstanding estate planning services to the clients of our firm.”