Arkansas Last Will and Testament Template

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Updated March 16, 2023

An Arkansas last will and testament is a legal document stating a person’s wishes for how their financial accounts, real and personal property, and any other assets should be distributed after their death. A testator’s property can be transferred upon their death to relatives, friends, charitable organizations, or whomever the testator determines should inherit certain property. It is required for the document to be signed in the presence of two (2) competent witnesses under Arkansas law. Though optional, a testator can also have the will notarized to further verify its legality.

Inheritance Guide – Refer to this guide for common questions about estates.

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Signing Requirements  

Two (2) Witnesses must be present when the testator signs the document. (§ 28-25-103)

State Definition

Will” includes a codicil.

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Advance Directive

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 Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney

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