Planning ahead so that your family is well taken care of during after your death frees your loved ones from worrying about probate court costs and disbursing your estate and assets during a time of grief. At Kevin Lemley Law Partners, we work closely with clients to develop a complete plan so that your family can grieve properly when you're gone. If you are a family facing probate court in Augusta, Batesville, Benton, Bryant, Cabot, Conway, Hazen, Jacksonville, Newport, North Little Rock, Searcy, Sherwood, and Stuttgart, AR, we can help you minimize costs and receive the inheritance to which you are entitled.
Ideally, all parties want to avoid the probate process. The best way to do that is to properly prepare for your passing or by assuring your assets, expenses, and medical care are to be handled in the fashion you desire. Our professional advice is tailored to your specific situation- call today.
An estate plan details how your belongings are to be disbursed after your death. A comprehensive estate plan will provide more than just that, however. It will include instructions for your care during your disability or medical incapacity and at your death. A trust, will, health care directive, power of attorney, life insurance policy and other components come together to make a comprehensive estate plan.
The skilled and knowledgeable probate law attorneys at Kevin Lemley Law Partners serves you in Augusta, Batesville, Benton, Bryant, Cabot, Conway, Hazen, Jacksonville, Newport, North Little Rock, Searcy, Sherwood, and Stuttgart, AR to create a personalized estate plan to protect you and your loved ones. Schedule a time to sit down with us and begin the process when you call today!
If you're not quite ready to create a comprehensive estate plan, it is a good idea to at least create a will. A legal will sets forth directions for who will inherit your property and names guardians for your minor children. You may also want to consider a trust so that your family won't have to deal with probate court after your passing. Call Kevin Lemley Law Partners for details.
At Kevin Lemley Law Partners, we play a valuable role in the probate court process. During this process, you have many options as the executor, spouse, heirs and beneficiaries. Kevin Lemley Law Partners can represent the estate itself, the executor of the estate, or the beneficiaries of the estate, depending on the circumstances.
For more information on executor roles, spousal rights, notice to heirs and beneficiaries, estate tax returns, and our probate attorney roles in completing the Arkansas probate process give us a call today.