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Estate Planning Archives

Many reasons why you should update your estate plan frequently

Wills are not static documents, and estate plans are not written in stone. These things can, and will, change over time. To think otherwise could lead you down an unfortunate path where your will isn't as strong as it could be and your estate plan doesn't address the topics that you want it to. Updating your will and your estate plan is a necessary part of the process. So what should you be on the lookout for when it comes to updating your estate plan?

Growing up wealthy: concerns regarding asset transfer, inheritances

Maybe you've got what you regard as relatively modest holdings, which you have worked long and hard for. You want to ensure that your assets are smartly handled in your estate plan, and in a manner that best promotes the interests and well-being of future generations.

A few estate planning considerations for same-sex couples

Although a progressive sense of certainty is attaching to many legal considerations relevant to same-sex couples in Arkansas and across the country, no reasonable person would ever contend that progress -- the march toward comprehensive recognition of same-sex rights and full equality for partners in that demographic under state and federal laws -- has been seamless and unremittingly steady.

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