Estate Planning in Little Rock

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Protect Your Financial and Non-Financial Wealth

An estate plan is one of the most important steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones.  Proper estate planning not only puts you in charge of your finances, it can also spare your loved ones of the expense, delay and frustration associated with managing your affairs when you pass away or become disabled. In a broader sense, it ensures the complete protection of your finances, assets, and healthcare-related decisions.

Protect Your Assets, Wealth, and Family with a well Thoughout Estate Plan

  • Designating someone to be an executor of your property.
  • Creating a power of attorney, in-the-event that someone will need to make healthcare decisions on Your Behalf.
  • Draft a last will & testament that safe-guards your assets and protect inheritance to the rightful heirs.
  • Name a legal guardian to be put in place for the welfare of your children
  • Provide an extra level of security on your assets that protect against any potential legal judgments.

Hire the Right Estate Plan Attorneys

At Stan Miller Law Group, our estate planning attorney in Little Rock, AR, is committed to offering our clients comprehensive estate planning services, from creating a living trust and last will and testament to selecting a healthcare power of attorney to setting up private annuities.

For starters, we have provided an initial list of what we recommend to draft;

Create a Living Will: This is an incredibly important document regardless of how large or small your estate is. A living will provide direction on healthcare issues, such as how you want to be treated if you are terminally ill, on life support, or are in some way incapacitated. This is valuable information for your family and healthcare providers.

Create a Last Will and Testament: This is what people commonly think of when it comes to estate planning. The last will and testament detail out how you would like your assets to be distributed after you pass.

Choose a Guardian for Living Children: If you have young children or a child with disabilities, you can designate a guardian in the event that you die or become incapacitated.

Create or Review Beneficiary Designations: Certain items, such as life insurance or 401(k) plans, can be distributed to heirs without being listed in the last will and testament. Make sure financial assets have a beneficiary as well as a contingent beneficiary.

Name an Executor: The executor of your estate will make sure that your wishes are followed and your assets are distributed as outlined in your will. This is often a family member, but can also be a bank trust officer, an accountant, or an estate attorney.

Designate Powers of Attorney: You will want to choose someone who will be responsible for your care and making decisions on your behalf for both healthcare decisions and financial decisions. Someone handling financial matters is referred to as a durable power of attorney.

Choose Form A Variety of Estate Plans

There are more than fifty legal tools and strategies in our solutions arsenal, such as the Revocable Living Trust, that our living trust attorney commonly used to help clients get the protection they want:

  • Living Trusts
  • Durable Powers of Attorney
  • Health Care Powers of Attorney
  • Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts
  • Veterans Asset Protection Trusts
  • Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts
  • Domestic Asset Protection Trusts
  • Third Party Asset Protection Trusts
  • Offshore Trusts
  • Alaska & Tennessee Community Property Trusts
  • Limited Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies
  • Charitable Remainder Trusts
  • Sales to Grantor Trusts
  • Self-Cancelling Installment Notes
  • Private Annuities
  • Family Foundations and Donor Advised Funds

You should always consult a qualified estate planning attorney to review your family and financial situation, your goals and explain the various options available to you.  Once your estate plan is in place, you will have peace of mind knowing that you have provided for yourself and your family in case the worst happens.

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