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    An initial consultation, up to one hour, is FREE for general estate planning, estate administration and probate if you bring your completed Questionnaire with attachments and all decision-makers attend; otherwise, we charge by the hour. An initial consultation for long term care planning with Medicaid &/or VA Pension costs $500. We charge by the hour, in one-tenth of an hour (6 minute) increments, for all time spent on real estate, corporate and other business matters, or for any advice outside the initial consultation when you have not engaged us under a flat fee agreement. Any quote we give you for a flat fee is binding if we receive all requested information and are engaged to commence work within 30 days. We accept Visa and MasterCard but assess a 5% fee when doing so. Please come to any initial consultation prepared to pay the initial consultation charge (for Medicaid/VA, real estate, etc.), and/or one-half of any flat fee, or a retainer for hourly work.

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Manage Your Wealth Today to Protect Your Legacy Tomorrow

Building wealth is only half the job. Protecting wealth for your loved ones and yourself is equally important.

Proper estate planning ensures that your property will be properly managed during any period that you are mentally incapacitated and following your death. And it ensures that you will be properly cared for – by those you trust and select – and your loved ones will be cared for after your death.

Estate planning is not just for the wealthy. Every adult needs to have a power of attorney, health care power of attorney and living will. And anyone who owns a home or other real property has an estate worth planning for regardless of its monetary value.

It is important to review your estate plan regularly; it may need to be updated after a marriage, divorce, birth or other significant event, whether in your life or in the life of those you named in your plan.

We are here to help you with all your planning needs. We invite you to complete our Request a consultation, so we can schedule a complimentary consultation and meet you to learn your needs.

Ball Corley PLLC At A Glance:

Estate Planning Fundamentals

A comprehensive estate plan will include several legal documents.
Those may include:

  • Last Will and Testament
  • Nomination of Guardians
  • Revocable Living Trust
  • Durable Power of Attorney
  • Health Care Power of Attorney
  • HIPAA Authorization
  • Visitation Directive
  • Living Will
  • Disposition of Remains

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Probate & Estate Administration

Soon after the death of a person who did not have a trust, a friend or family member needs to:

  • File a Petition with a court
  • Be appointed as Personal Representative
  • Have Letters Testamentary issued
  • Give notice to heirs and creditors
  • Inventory all assets
  • Get assets valued or appraised
  • Pay debts and claims
  • Distribute assets

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Elder Law &
Long Term Care Planning

Medicaid and VA Pension benefits are available to help pay for long term care. But you may need:

  • Irrevocable Trust
  • Miller Trust aka Qualified Income Trust
  • Assistance with a “gift and
    partial return”
  • Caregiver Agreement
  • Information regarding ADLs
  • Advice regarding Estate
    Recovery by DHS
  • Help with crisis planning

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Attorneys Wayne B. Ball, P.A. and M. Gayle Corley, P.A. of Ball Corley PLLC proudly serve the entire State of Arkansas with respect to:  Estate Planning (Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, HIPAA Authorizations, Living Wills and Visitation Directives); Elder Law (Medicaid, Veterans Administration Pension and Long Term Care Planning); Probate; Trust and Estate Administration; LGBT Laws; and Real Estate Transactions.

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