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Elder Law

The term Elder Law encompasses several areas of law, including estate planning, Medicaid and long-term care planning, and more.

Estate Planning

Estate planning is planning for who receives your property when you die. Regardless of the size of your estate, you should have an estate plan.

Arkansas Guardianship


A guardianship is a court order giving someone the right to make decisions for another.

Advance Directives
& Powers of Attorney

Advance Directives refer to documents that give someone else authority to make healthcare decisions for a person if they are no longer able to make those decisions for themselves.

Probate & Estate Administration

Administration refers to the act of collecting, managing, overseeing and eventually distributing property as it goes through the probate process.

Real Estate

Real Estate, sometimes known as Real Property, describes land and natural and artificial fixtures to the land. Real Estate is transferred from one owner or owners to another via a deed.

Landlord-Tenant Law

Whether renting to someone or from someone, it is a good idea to have a written lease. A well written lease will clearly set out the rights and responsibilities of both the tenant and landlord.

Family Law

Family Law, sometimes known as Domestic Relations, covers areas of law having to do with families and children, including adoptions, divorce, paternity, custody, visitation, child support, and orders of protection.

Special Needs Trusts

A Special Needs Trust, also known as a Supplemental Needs Trust, is a trust set up for someone with special needs to allow that person the benefit of assets placed in the trust.

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