Arkansas Estate Planning Laws
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Welcome to FindLaw's section on Arkansas estate planning laws, with articles and resources to help you plan for your family's future. Estate laws address people's end-of-life rights and choices, such as living wills that prohibit the use of life support and wills that determine who gets what after an individual dies. This section also includes articles on euthanasia (or physician-assisted suicide), which is illegal in Arkansas; the probate process in the event someone dies without a will; and information about the use of durable powers of attorney for those who can't communicate their final wishes. Click on a link below to learn more about Arkansas's estate planning laws.
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