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An initial consultation, up to one hour, is FREE for general estate planning, estate administration, probate, GUARDIANSHIP or a family law matter 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 2% surcharge 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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For more than 30 years Gayle Corley has helped her clients navigate the waters of complex documents and the laws that govern them. She enjoys interacting with clients and their family members to create the wills, trusts, powers of attorney and other estate planning documents which meet their specific needs, and counseling her clients through difficult situations. Gayle’s elder law practice includes assisting clients with Medicaid and Veterans pension eligibility – whether in a crisis or with advance planning techniques that protect assets from the costs of long term care and unscrupulous people who prey on the elderly. Gayle also has extensive experience in commercial real estate acquisition, sale, development, leasing and financing. Gayle is licensed to practice law in Arkansas and New York and brings years of insight to every client she has the pleasure of serving. When away from the office Gayle enjoys travel, films, live theater and spending time with her family, friends and two dogs.
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The attorneys 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; Guardianships; Family Law (adoption, divorce and separation, child custody and visitation, support obligations, post-decree modification and paternity); Premarital Agreements; Collaborative Law; Mediation; LGBT Laws; and Real Estate Transactions.
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