Do You Need A Will?
A will is one of the most important estate planning documents that an individual can have. Whether it stands alone or is part of a larger estate plan, a will can help ensure that your wishes with respect to your property and assets are respected after you pass away.
At Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, in Little Rock, Arkansas, our attorneys will advise you about your estate planning options and help you prepare a will and other documents — including powers of attorney — that will help you achieve your goals.
Legal Advice Makes A Difference
One of the biggest advantages of working with our Little Rock will lawyers is the assurance that your will is legally valid. Though many people may not realize it, if legal requirements are not met, then a will may be challenged and disregarded. Generally, a will must be in writing and signed by the testator, who must be of sound mind. Our attorneys take care of the legal details so that you can focus on more important matters.
The process of drafting a will is all about ensuring that your desires are honored after your death. Our estate planning attorneys will work closely with you to learn more about your situation and what you want to happen after you are unable to voice your preferences. No matter your goals, from charitable giving to providing for adequate care for your pet, we provide advice personally tailored to meet them.
For those who already have a will, it is important to revisit whether your estate plan still meets your needs after you have gone through a major life event, such as a divorce.
Contact Us Today For A consultation
If you have questions about the estate planning process or require counsel about your existing estate plan, fill out our contact form or call 501-588-4451 or 866-311-3815 to schedule a consultation with a lawyer. From our office in Little Rock, we help people with estate planning matters throughout Arkansas.