Estate Planning: powers of attorney, wills, small estate administration
Your Arkansas Attorneys for Estate Planning.
Wills, powers of attorney, small estate administration.
- DO I NEED A WILL?: Your property will be passed on to your heirs, even if you do not have a will. Learn how a will can give peace of mind and help ensure you estate is handled the way you wish it handled. It can also be used to help protect loved ones after your death.
- WHAT IS AN ESTATE PLAN?: This comprehensive approach to ensuring that your financial goals and medical preferences are respected during your lifetime, and that your property is distributed according to your instructions at the time of your death.
- WHAT HAPPENS TO MY PROPERTY IF I DIE WITHOUT A WILL?: Every day people die without a will. What happens to their property when they pass away? Most assume it goes to their spouse or their children, but sometimes it isn’t as simple as that.
- DOWER, CURTESY, HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS: Most people have little idea what dower, curtesy, and homestead rights are and how they affect a person’s property interests.
- HEIRSHIP AFFIDAVITS: If a deceased person in Arkansas left real property that has not been disposed of by a probated will or estate, an Heirship Affidavit may be used to establish who is in line to inherit this property.
Here are a variety of estate planning topics to explore. Click on the article below, to learn more.
If you need help:
If you need assistance with an estate planning matter in Arkansas, please contact The Hardin Law Firm, PLC. For our out-of-state clients, we are available via phone, fax, and email, to assist you with your real estate needs.
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Last updated: October 2, 2017 at 15:12 pm