For most of us, there is nothing more important than the protection of our loved ones particularly our spouse and
children. That is why it is so important for every person to have a plan for retirement and for the disposition of
their property at their death.
Legal problems that affect the elderly are growing in number. The numbing cost of nursing home care is
staggering. Actions taken by seniors and their families with regard to the fear of impoverishment may have
unintended legal effects. I assist individuals and families to preserve/transfer assets seeking to avoid spousal
impoverishment when a spouse enters a nursing home, Medicaid eligibility, disability planning, including use of
durable powers of attorney, healthcare powers of attorney, living trusts, and living wills.
If you need a simple will or if you need a more extensive estate plan to protect your assets from the IRS and
creditors, you need a lawyer you can trust to ask the right questions, protect your investments and make sure that
your property goes to your family members as intended. I have a Masters of Laws in Taxation from Southern
Methodist University plus the years of experience to take care of your legal needs.
If you have experienced a death in the family and need to probate a will or open an estate, or just need advice
about where to begin, I can guide you through the process from start to finish. I can offer you the legal guidance
you need in your time of personal need.
I have represented clients in the area of estate planning, wills and probate administration for over 26 years. You
need an attorney that you can trust to represent you in this important process.
Tailored Payment Plans. Free Consultations. Off-site and weekend appointments available.
David E. Simmons
11600 Kanis Road, Suite 400-B
Little Rock, AR 72211
Telephone: (501) 374-5417
Fax: (501) 374-8837
Estate Planning, Wills and Probate Administration