Mountain View Law
Family Law, Elder Law, Disability And Estate Planning Services In Mountain View, Arkansas.

Everyone Needs An Estate Plan

When you are preparing for the future, you want to make sure your assets are protected. Arkansas has unique legal processes that make having an estate plan very important. To pass your possessions and your wealth onto the next generation as you see fit, you need a lawyer to help you through.

I am attorney Tony Thurman of Mountain View Law. We will work together to create an estate plan that works for you, whether that involves wills and trusts, a gun trust, powers of attorney, a living will or other methods.

I Will Protect Your Assets

Having an estate plan that fits your unique situation is important for asset protection. Here are a few things to look out for:

  • If you are enrolled in Medicaid, this program will file a claim against your estate after you pass away.
  • The IRS needs to collect any taxes you may still owe.
  • Probate, while necessary in some situations, may result in a court-appointed individual (who may be a stranger) handling your estate.
  • Your spouse may have a claim on your property, regardless of what your estate plan may say.

All of these situations may take a lot of money out of your estate or distribute it in ways you do not approve of. With my experience and knowledge, I can help make sure these entities take only what is absolutely necessary. As I am an older individual myself, I understand how important it is to protect what is rightfully yours. You want to leave a legacy, and my legal services can help you do that.

Contact Me

Each individual or couple needs an estate plan geared toward their goals and needs. At Mountain View Law, I can help you get your estate planning done. It is never too early to begin planning for the future. Schedule a free initial consultation with me today by calling 870-376-4765. You can also send an email.

I Can Be Your Legal Advocate.

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