Small Estate Probate

Probate can be a difficult process to go through. It requires proving the will in court and then transferring everything to the right individuals. It can be a long, drawn-out process, and can feel even longer because your loved ones are still grieving. However, there is a way to help shorten the probate process for your loved ones. If you have a “small estate,” then you may be able to help your loved ones a way to receive your property without hassle. In Arkansas, you can use small estate probate primarily if your estate is worth less than $100,000. To be qualified for it, an executor must submit a request to the court. If the court approves the request, then a simplified probate process can be used.

Probate of any kind can be a hassle. It’s very easy to get lost in the particulars and, if you do something wrong, your small estate probate request may be denied. That’s why you should work with the lawyers at Mountain View Law. Our services are available to the following areas:

  • Mountain View, AR
  • Stone County, AR
  • Fulton County, AR
  • Independence County, AR
  • Cleburne County, AR
  • Sharp County, AR
  • Baxter County, AR
  • Van Buren County, AR

Attorney Tony Thurman will help guide you through the complicated legal process and advise you on the best course of action. Additionally, he can handle many of the procedures for you and ensure everything is completed properly. When you need an experienced lawyer who will handle your case with sensitivity, work with Attorney Thurman. So, call today and schedule your free consultation.

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