Most people do not like to think about their own death or the disposition of their property upon death, but it is important to make your wishes known prior to death or incapacity in order to make certain those wishes are set forth and carried out appropriately. Failure to execute a Last Will and Testament, Trust, or to take other testamentary action, can lead to property being administered through the Arkansas Intestacy Statute which can often lead to unintended consequences for you and your loved ones.
At Rice, Adams & Woodruff, Attorneys at Law, founded in 1964, our attorneys can assist you with all of your estate planning and testamentary needs to make certain your wishes are set forth and addressed properly. Whether you need a Last Will and Testament, a Revocable Trust, a Power of Attorney, and/or a Living Will, we are able to assist you in the process of finalizing your wishes. Our attorneys can also assist your loved ones after your death with any necessary probate proceedings that might be necessary to effectuate these wishes.