Wills and Estates

Wills and Estates  Law Topics

A will helps you spell out what you want your heirs to inherit when you die.  Even if you do not have much property, you may have special items or money you would like to pass on to your loved ones or charities. It may help avoid family disagreements. Many families struggle over who should get what. Anyone can write a will, even without the help of a lawyer. See the resources below to learn more about wills and how you can write one.

This section contains links that offer information about wills and estates and other probate law in Arkansas. There are pdf fact sheets, court forms and interactive forms below.

FACT SHEETS & LEGAL INFORMATION

FORMS & COURT INFORMATION

OTHER RESOURCES (Other Websites)

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