Everybody grows older. As we age, we have an increased risk of illness and accidents. Planning for the worst ensures you and your loved ones are cared for as the years pass. Even after the worst has happened, there are steps you can take to protect your loved ones and preserve their assets.
- Wills and Probate
- Powers of Attorney – Financial and Healthcare
- Healthcare Directives
- Mental Capacity, Guardianships, Conservatorships
There are a variety of issues that Arkansas families face which can be avoided or made easier by an elder law attorney. Having a will or trust can ensure you are in control of the life you have worked hard to build. Creating a power of attorney for financial or healthcare decisions can ease the burdens that tough decisions can create for your loved ones if you are incapacitated.
Preserving a Life’s Work
We all work hard to provide for ourselves and for our families. But the cost of care required if you or a loved one is injured or becomes ill is rising. There are ways to preserve and protect your assets while still receiving necessary assistance with the care of a loved one.
Arkansas law provides many ways to protect your loved ones and empower you to care for their needs. Guardianships can give you authority to manage the finances and make decisions for the care of your parents, adult children, or other loved ones.
Located in the heart of downtown Jonesboro on the corner of Main Street and Matthews Avenue, the attorneys at Owens, Mixon & Gramling are perfectly placed to handle all of your legal needs, whether you are located in Arkansas, Southern Missouri, or Western Tennessee. Contact Aaron Heller today at (870) 336-6505 or toll free at (855) 814-4018 to arrange an initial consultation.