Estate and Probate Law in Little Rock, Arkansas
Probate is the legal process that determines whether the testamentary will of a deceased person is valid. While it is up to each person to draft a legal will to distribute assets according to their wishes, it is up to a probate judge to determine whether the terms of the will are legally valid. It is one of the important reasons why the lawyer you hire must have probate and estate administration experience.
Comprehensive Estate-Planning Services
The Madden Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas, helps people draft wills and establish legal trusts to ensure that their assets are distributed appropriately. Our attorneys also provide estate administration services to help families, trustees, and administrators complete their duties, including distributing property and assets to the beneficiaries, paying creditors, and determining the amount of tax owed by the estate.
Contact us to discuss your family's estate-planning needs. We can help you determine the best way to minimize the impact of inheritance taxes and protect your beneficiaries from the stress of probate court. In the event you live in another state, we can administer the affairs of the estate in Arkansas to help you avoid the expense and inconvenience of trying to handle matters from a long distance.
Our estate-planning and probate services include:
- Testamentary wills, drafted and updated
- Matters involving small estate distribution
- Probate court representation
- Estate administration
- Living wills, healthcare directives
- Financial and medical powers of attorney
- Conservatorship and guardianship
Protecting Your Family’s Interests in Intestate Probate Matters
When a person dies without a valid will, the process of determining how assets should be distributed is referred to as intestate. Intestate probate matters often create opportunities for people to contest ownership of certain property. We provide effective, levelheaded advice and representation for families in which intestate probate decisions may become a factor. We use our extensive litigation experience to represent your family's interests in probate court and to help you find reasonable solutions when a dispute arises between potential beneficiaries.
Contact us to learn more about wills, trusts, estate planning, and probate services. We will use our experience and commitment to excellence to help your family preserve your success for the future.