ATTORNEY

MICHAEL CORNETT

(501) 580-9804

In Little Rock and throughout Arkansas.

OUT-OF-STATE ATTORNEYS

Get Legal Assistance Funding A Revocable Living Trust

In my thirty plus years of experience as an attorney, I have worked with numerous out-of-state attorneys who have either needed assistance with funding a revocable living trust with their client’s real estate located in Arkansas or who have needed an attorney to handle an ancillary probate matter involving real estate located in Arkansas.

At The Cornett Law Firm, I will be there to:

  • prepare the necessary deeds for your client to fund their revocable trust with their real property located in Arkansas;
  • explain how the probate process works in Arkansas, the time frame which the beneficiaries and the executor or administrator can expect before the ancillary probate process is concluded in Arkansas, and serve as your client’s attorney during the entire ancillary probate process in Arkansas, including the preparation of all necessary transfer documents at the conclusion of the probate process; or
  • prepare the necessary deeds to transfer a decedent’s real property located in Arkansas following your out-of-state post-mortem trust administration; or
  • refer you to CPAs and real estate appraisers when your out-of-state decedent possessed real property located in Arkansas, either for an ancillary probate administration or a post-mortem trust administration.

If you need Estate Planning help in Little Rock or anywhere else in Arkansas, contact The Cornett Law Firm. Call (501) 580-9804 or send us a message.

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