Process of proving a will is valid and then carrying out the terms stated in the will. Pursuant to Ark. Code. Ann. 28-40-104, a person cannot provide the will as proof of title or proof of their right to a possession until the will in question has been admitted to probate.

General Information

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Power of Attorney

Probate Mediation & Arbitration

Estate Plan, Living Will, and Healthcare

Wills & Estates

Mediation and Arbitration regarding matters:

  • Contested Wills

  • Intestate Wills (when no there is no will in place)

Old Documents

Helpful Links

  • Wills & Estates:

    • Fact Sheet (Published by: Arkansas Legal Services) 

 
Estate Plan, Living Will, and Healthcare

Wills & Estates

Mediation and Arbitration regarding matters:

  • Contested Wills

  • Intestate Wills (when no there is no will in place)

Old Documents

Helpful Links

  • Wills & Estates:

    • Fact Sheet (Published by: Arkansas Legal Services) 

Suburban House

Estate & Property

Mediation and Arbitration regarding matters:

  • Inventory and Appraisal Disputes of Estate

  • Distribution Disputes of Assets & Property

Helpful Links

  • Wills & Estates:

    • Fact Sheet (Published by: Arkansas Legal Services) 

 
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Future Planning

Helpful Links

  • HealthCare Assistance Program: ARChoices:

    • Fact Sheet (Published by: Arkansas Legal Services) 

  • Elder Abuse:  

    • Fact Sheet (Published by: Arkansas Legal Services) 

  • Abuso y Descuido a los Ancianos:​

    • Fact Sheet (published by: Arkansas Legal Services)

  • Power of Attorney​

    • Fact Sheet (Published by: Arkansas Legal Services)