Little Rock Estate Planning Lawyers
Discussing an estate plan is something that too many families put off until it is too late. Working with a knowledgeable attorney to develop an estate plan can not only help protect your family’s assets, but can also provide peace of mind that your loved ones are provided for after you pass away.
At Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, our Little Rock, Arkansas, estate planning attorneys work closely with our clients to develop comprehensive estate plans that help meet their long-term goals. To schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys, please use our online contact form or call us at 501-588-4451 or at 866-311-3815 toll free.
Personalized, Professional Estate Planning Advice
Many families mistakenly believe that only the wealthy can benefit from establishing an estate plan. We understand that planning for the future is an essential step for every family, no matter the size of your estate. In many cases, our clients’ needs can be met with a basic estate plan, which typically includes:
- Will: A will outlines how you wish to dispose of your assets and personal belongings after you pass away.
- Trust: Depending on your family’s circumstances, a trust can help reduce estate taxes and the cost of estate administration, provide for someone with special needs and transfer assets to your family during your life or after you are gone.
- Advance health care directive: This document provides instructions to your loved ones regarding your health care choices in the event that you are incapacitated and unable to communicate with doctors.
- Durable power of attorney: This specifies who has control of your assets in the event that you become incapacitated.
There is much more to estate planning and administration of probate and estates than simply drafting documents. At Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, we will also help you understand your options and guide you through the process of other matters, such as:
- Reviewing and updating existing estate plans
- Helping you plan for long-term care and qualify for Medicaid benefits
- Establish a guardianship for an adult who can no longer take care of him or herself
- Administer an estate or the probate process
- Resolving family disputes after a death
Contact Our Office Today
No matter your situation, our lawyers will work hand in hand with you to help you achieve your goals. To begin the process or to speak to an estate planning lawyer, call 501-588-4451 or 866-311-3815. You may also connect with us online.