Experienced Little Rock Wills, Trusts & Estate Litigation Attorney Guides You Through the Estate Planning Process

At The Henry Firm, P.A., we help you plan for the future

Everyone needs a will. Whether you are old or young, married or single, a parent or childless, rich or poor, it is in your interest to have a current, accurate and legally valid will. Our wills and trusts attorney knows how important it is for your wishes to be carried out in the event you are not able to speak for yourself. We can help you and your family or loved ones avoid stress, fighting or estate litigation by planning now.

At The Henry Firm, P.A., we can:

  • Draw up a living will and appoint a healthcare proxy — Make your wishes known regarding heroic measures, resuscitation, prolonging of life and other end-of-life issues.
  • Assign power of attorney — In the event you are unable to make decisions for yourself, someone you trust makes these decisions for you.
  • Designate guardianship for minor children — This occurs in the event that one or both parents is unable to fulfill their obligations as parents.
  • Act as trustee and administrator for your estate — As a trustee, we will uphold our duties of loyalty, impartiality, prudent administration and confidentiality — and any other responsibilities required of trustees under Arkansas law.

Arkansas wills and trusts professionals at The Henry Firm, P.A. can help you make your own decisions now. Our Little Rock firm is proficient in probate law, and our experienced attorney can assist with your unique needs.

Little Rock wills and trusts attorney litigates when necessary

In the event that a loved one dies without a valid will, that there are grounds to contest the distribution of an estate, or that there’s reason to believe the executor of your loved one’s estate has acted inappropriately, we can litigate to protect your interests. At The Henry Firm, P.A., we know how delicate these matters can be, and we do what is right to see that matters are settled in a timely and sensitive fashion. Whether you are a beneficiary or a trustee, you can trust our team of knowledgeable professionals to advocate with compassion and act with integrity.

If you do not have a will, call our Little Rock law office

Planning ahead is the best way to avoid leaving a legal mess behind. If you need to contest a will or defend your interests in an Arkansas estate, call The Henry Firm, P.A. — we will fight for you and your interests. Call us 866-473-9396 or contact us online.