If you recently finished a good-faith spurt of proactivity by finalizing an estate plan that you know is comprehensive and makes great sense for your family, congratulations. You’re likely feeling a bit buoyed. With the help of a seasoned estate administration attorney, you’ve addressed and taken responsive actions concerning a number of key planning considerations.
Posts tagged "Estate Planning & Probate"
Many Arkansas residents and other Americans across the country only first discover the truly broad-based utility of estate planning when they engage in a candid and comprehensive discussion with a proven estate administration attorney.
The holiday season now upon us often serves to promote family reflections on loved ones, especially those who might have special needs relative to care owing to a disability of some type.
Most people in Arkansas and elsewhere understandably find state and federal taxation to be both complex and a constantly moving target. Few of us manage to avoid at least an occasional headache when trying to closely estimate tax-linked outcomes.
Here’s a short answer to the above-posed headline for today’s blog post: a lot.
We have stressed in select prior blog posts that matters involving well-known individuals are sometimes noteworthy far beyond their tabloid value.
Multiple wives, the last being a full generation younger. Multiple kids, with different mothers. Multiple wills. An end-of-life battle with Alzheimer’s disease.
Estate planning and procrastination go hand-in-hand in legions of instances spanning Arkansas and the rest of the country. As we note on our website at the Little Rock law firm of Robertson, Oswalt & Associates, “Discussing an estate plan is something that too many families put off until it is too late.”
Have you ever heard the term "sticky wicket?"
There is misconception, and then there is reality.