My father passed away and there is a so-called will that I have not got to see how long do they have to file it for it to be legal?
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In Arkansas there is a five year statute of limitations for probating someone's estate after they pass away. Your late father's will would need to be admitted to probate during that period. There is a process for admitting the will. There is also a process for challenging the will if you believe it to not be valid.
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Five years from the date of death under Arkansas law.
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