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Wills, Trusts, and More…

Estate Planning – For Peace of Mind

Many parents worry about their children’s inheritance being eaten up by the expenses of probate and taxes. Not to mention worrying about their own care as they age. We deliver a plan that eases inheritance, avoids probate, minimizes (if not eliminates) taxes, takes care of your children, and plans for your care. Planning is the best way to create peace of mind.

Imagine… Honest, Friendly, Personal Service from an Estate Planning Attorney

Friendly, knowledgeable service

Personal attention from an estate planning attorney or probate attorney, not a paralegal or other “specialist.”

Out attorneys use the latest, peer reviewed, processes and documentation so you get the best possible outcome.

Meet Gary DeWitt – Estate Planning Lawyer

Gary DeWitt Attorney-at-Law

I know what it’s like to create your own estate plan…  I understand that it can be a difficult thing to do, but once your’re done, you will have peace of mind and know that you’ve done the right  thing for your family and yourself.

I’ve created 100’s of plans, each one as important as the last, including my own plan. As a parent, I wanted my children protected, and for any transition to be as easy as possible.  I also wanted to know who would be in charge, of my personal, legal, financial, and healthcare affairs if I couldn’t manage them.

Planning isn’t just about passing your assets to the next generation. It’s about transferring your values, traditions, and stories.  It’s about creating new opportunities.  It’s about making it better for the next generation.

I welcome the opportunity to help you create your plan too for your peace of mind.

DeWitt Law Firm is Trusted By

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15 of 15.  Miracle for Sure.

S.D.

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We have trusted DeWitt Law Firm with our estate planning! We are pleased that all our t’s are crossed and our eyes dotted! Thank you Gary and Winnie!

M.H.
Fayetteville, Arkansas

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Thank you again for being such nice people. I was very on edge about all of this. Thanks for taking the time to make me feel at ease and helping me through this process.

D.S.
Springdale, Arkansas

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Our Team of Professionals Are Ready to Help You Make Peace of Mind as Simple as Possible

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How to Leave an Inheritance Without

Probate & Court ♦ Unnecessary Taxes ♦ Family Fights ♦ Huge Legal Bills

Even if you think you are too young or don’t have enough.

The Best Way to Protect You, Your Family, and Money Without Probate, Court, Unnecessary Taxes, Family Fights, or Huge Legal Bills

How it Works…

 

1. Schedule an Appointment

The introductory meeting is designed to clarify and understand your unique concerns and values.

2. Together We Create a Plan

Based on your concerns and goals, we will provide you with a customized plan designed to address your specific needs and worries.

3. Get Peace of Mind

With your plan drafted and implemented, we’ll have you feeling a newfound sense of peace of mind in no time.

Definition of Estate Planning
Is a Will All You Need to Prevent Probate?
What is my Estate?
Last Will and Testament
Trusts

Frequently Asked Estate Planning Questions

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How much does it cost to do estate planning?

It is very common for a lawyer to charge a flat fee for estate planning. The prices can range from just a few hundred dollars for one simple document to thousands of dollars for a complex estate.

The low end for an attorney drafted simple will is about $375.

What do you mean by estate planning?

Estate planning is creating instructions for the orderly handling of your affairs and assets in case of mental disability, legal incapacity, and more.

Your estate plan is more than just a Last Will and Testament. Yes, distributing your money and other property when you pass away is part of it, but not everything that a plan is.  All adults would benefit from an estate plan. It allows adults to plan and prepare for eventualities like medical issues, dementia, and taking care of spouse and children.

Some of the reasons for estate planning are:

Minimizing taxes to maximize what your family gets
Making sure your healthcare wishes are known and how your affairs are managed in case of a medical incident, accident, dementia, or illness
Naming a guardian for minor children
Preventing family fights over you, your affairs, and your stuff
Giving your loved ones peace of mind that your affairs are in order and they will be taken care of

What documents are needed for estate planning?

Every plan should include the following:
* Will and/or Trust
* Durable power of attorney
* Beneficiary designations
* Healthcare power of attorney
* Living Will
* POD/TOD designations

What is the difference between a Will and estate planning?