wills, trusts & estates
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The first part of any plans for you and your family is a Will. Everyone should have a Will. Your Will ensures that your wishes are fulfilled. With the help of an experienced Will attorney, you can be confident your wishes will be honored and your assets will be distributed to your heirs you have directed.
If you die without a Will, state law through its court system determines who gets your assets. The needs and desires of your family may not be a part of the court’s considerations in deciding who gets what. A Will can prevent this from happening and make certain your assets are distributed according to your wishes.
There is no single solution or format to a Will. A properly drawn Will depends on your specific wishes, circumstances, problems and opportunities.
EVERYONE SHOULD PLAN AHEAD!
Estate planning allows you, while you are still living, to decide where your possessions go, and who they go to. Estate planning also includes assigning power of attorney, for managing property and making healthcare decisions, and a will for managing your property after death. A living trust can also be planned to help you avoid probate and to manage your estate during your life and after your gone.
Estate planning can help give you peace of mind. Vardaman Law Firm can help you build the best plan for you and your family. Your estate plan indicates how you want your assets to be managed during your life and after your death.
Who will speak for you when you cannot speak for yourself? Perhaps you are responsible for a minor child. Or you feel blessed to be surrounded by a loving family and wish to express your gratitude. Or you have concerns about the type and quality of medical care you would like to receive if you become seriously ill. At Vardaman Law Firm we draft clear and explicit documents that memorialize your instructions for a variety of issues, including:
- Guardianship — expresses your preferences for the person(s) who will care for your minor children
- Last will —- allows you to pass worldly possessions on to your heirs in the manner you choose
- Living Will —instructs caregivers on the types of medical intervention you will accept to keep you alive
- Durable Power of attorney —allows someone whom you trust to make decisions for your health and welfare, especially in the area of finance, should you become incapacitated
- Medical power of attorney — allows someone whom you trust to decide on the medical care you will receive should you become incapacitated
- Trust documents – allows you to safeguard property while still being able to enjoy it.
By building a carefully considered plan, Vardaman Law Firm wants to give you peace of mind and a confidence for your future. Call or email me today. (870) 417-4979 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A trust is a legal entity created to hold, manage and convey assets. Trusts are used for a variety of reasons, which include limiting liability, safeguarding wealth from creditors and avoiding certain taxes. Trusts are important tools for planning your retirement and making bequests to your heirs. The Vardaman Law Firm can assist you in establishing the right trusts for your circumstances, administering your trust and representing your trust in any court challenges.
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Vardaman Law Firm has provided quality, trusted legal representation to people in Southwest Arkansas and beyond since 2007. Our firm emphasizes an approach to each case so that you get multiple perspectives and an unparalleled attention to detail for your case. We will thoroughly investigate every aspect of your case to help you make the best decision for your future, and the future of your family.
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