Free Living Trust Workshop

Join our live workshop in Little Rock.
Seats are very limited. RSVP now.


Wednesday, May 8

Morning Session (10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.)
Afternoon Session (1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.)


Three Financial Centre

900 South Shackleford Rd.
Stone Bank Event Center (2nd floor)

Wednesday May 8

Choose a session to attend.

Morning Session (10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.)
Afternoon Session (1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.)

Attendees will discover practical steps to protect their children’s inheritance, and maintain family harmony and control over their real estate and other assets.

At our free workshop, attendees will learn:

  • Steps to protect their children’s inheritance and ensure a smooth transition.
  • Easy, proven methods to avoid Probate Court (probate is expensive and time-consuming).
  • Strategies to ensure their loved ones can take care of them if they become disabled, without going to court.
  • The legal and tax problems of owning their home as “joint tenants” with their children.
  • The differences between a Living Trust and Will; and which one is better for homeowners.
  • Simple ways to control WHEN and HOW their assets are divided among their family.

All attendees will receive an autographed copy of Stan Miller’s new book, Your American Legacy

Your American Legacy by Stan Miller

About Our Workshop

Living Trust Workshop
Living Trust Workshop

Families deserves an easy transition and certainly a feeling of security. Attendees will discover how to plan ahead so they can take care of their family and get peace of mind today.

Our law firm is hosting free Living Trust Workshops for Central Arkansas residents who want to work with a law firm that provides sophisticated legal advice and personal attention to every client.

We focus exclusively on helping families preserve their wealth and harmony. Come to our free workshops to meet our attorneys and discover how we can help.

Our free workshops are designed to give attendees step-by-step estate planning methods they can apply to their personal and financial circumstances today.

These workshops are for local residents who may have an estate plan in place, or not one at all. The circumstances in their life may have changed, or they may have no idea how to even begin planning.

Attendees will learn practice steps to:

  • Protect their real estate, other assets and their children’s inheritance.
  • Ensure their intentions are clearly written.
  • Minimize the burden on their spouse and children.
  • Pre-select someone they trust to carry out their wishes.
  • Prevent family confusion and fighting.
  • Avoid probate court and keep their affairs private.

Meet the Presenter

Stan Miller is a principal in Wilson + Miller—a law firm with offices in Little Rock, Arkansas. Stan is passionate about the power of estate planning, and the positive difference it makes in the lives of Arkansas families. His trademark skill is the ability to listen, first. He then walks his clients through the development of a custom solution for their specific estate planning needs. His second trademark skill is the ability to explain your solution in simple understandable terms, you will know exactly what your plan does.

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Stan was an early pioneer in Living Trust planning in Arkansas- and at a time when most law firms were in favor of probating estates- a much more costly and time consuming alternative to Living Trusts. Since, he has established over 5,000 Living Trusts and helped protect more than $4.5 billion in assets.

Those pioneering successes led him to emerge as a national leader in Estate Planning. Later, he helped found WealthCounsel, LLC, the leading provider of education and document-drafting software for Estate and Business Planning attorneys throughout the US. In 2008, he was instrumental in founding ElderCounsel, LLC, which is now the national leader in technology and education for Elder Law attorneys. He serves on the board of both companies.

Stan’s most recent book, Your American Legacy: Powerful Strategies That Instill Lasting Values For Generations, landed on the International Best Seller list in April of this year. He is currently developing a podcast, “American Legacy”, a bi-monthly series of interviews with individuals making a positive impact on their family, their community, and the world.

Stan is a sought after speaker for professional audiences, individuals, families, colleagues, and contemporaries around the US. Speaking on topics ranging from estate and business planning, to tax reform and family legacies. Stan previously served as an elected member of the Board of Directors for the City of Hot Springs, and as a member of the Board of St. Joseph’s Regional Health Center- now CHI St. Vincent. He and his wife Patrice are the proud parents of two sons.

Educational Experiences

+ Vanderbilt Law School
+ Arkansas Tech University

Licenses & Bar Admissions

+ Licensed to practice before the United States Tax Court, Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals and before all Arkansas Courts.

Professional Affiliations

+ Member of STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners)
+ WealthCounsel
+ ElderCounsel
+ NAELA- Nat’l Association of Elder Law Attorneys

Stan Miller

Attorney Stan Miller

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Living Trust?

A Living Trust is a legal document that helps homeowners protect their home and avoid Probate Court. It also allows them to take full control of who will inherit their home, money and other assets.

How will this workshop help?

Not every Living Trust will help homeowners avoid probate. We will show attendees common mistakes to avoid and how to correctly set up a Living Trust that will work when the time comes.

How is this different from seminars?

Unlike seminars, we won’t overwhelm attendees with information. Our workshop will give attendees step-by-step tips they can tailor to their unique situation.

Will there be refreshments?

Yes, snacks and beverages will be served.


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Three Financial Centre

900 South Shackleford Rd.
Stone Bank Event Center (2nd floor)

Wednesday May 8

Choose a session to attend.

Morning Session (10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.)
Afternoon Session (1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.)