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9949 W. Bell Road
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Sun City, AZ 85351
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September 2017 Archives

What are the types of trusts available to me?

On our website, we often discuss the importance of planning for your family's financial future and how trusts can be extremely useful, even if you don't have a lot of assets. Once you have decided to begin the estate planning process, it is important that you talk to your attorney about the variety of trusts available and decide which type would be best for you.

How To Choose A Financial Power Of Attorney

One of the pillars of a solid estate plan is having a financial power of attorney in place. A designated financial power of attorney empowers someone to make financial decisions on your behalf should you become incapacitated or unable to make such decisions on your own. Incapacitation can happen for many reasons, whether because of an accident, a stroke, Alzheimer's or another event. If you or your spouse becomes unable to make financial decisions for any reason, this doesn't mean that all financial activity stops. It keeps going, and that's why a financial power of attorney is necessary.

Arizona residents may have misconceptions about trusts

Forming a trust can be a great way to help manage assets and make sure they are legally distributed to the right parties when one passes away. However, residents may be weary of using a trust due to a few common misconceptions. A financial planning expert debunked five major misconceptions regarding trusts.

How can I make sure my will is valid?

Before one passes away, they need to make sure their family is taken care of financially when they are gone. To do this, they should consider drafting a will to legally distribute their assets to their loved ones in a legal way. But, creating a will is not as simple as writing down who gets what. They must follow the rules in the state to make sure the will is valid.

Estate planning advice for Arizona residents

Both men and women may find it uncomfortable to prepare for death, but it is necessary to ensure that your assets end up in the right hands. Women have a unique set of challenges when it comes to creating wills and dealing with other parts of estate planning. Statistics show that on average, women live 4.9 years longer than men. In addition to longer life expectancies, many women take time off work to raise a family and therefore have shorter work histories. As a result, they may have less saved up for retirement. In many cases, a woman will outlive their spouse and will need a solid estate plan in place to help her protect her estate when she passes.

Who will get my house when I pass away?

Older adults have a lot on their minds, from preparing for retirement to getting their affairs in order. Determining who will get the house when they pass away is a major concern for many retiring adults. Generally, there are two possible estate planning options: sell the house and leave the proceeds to your heirs, or deed the house to one of the children before you pass away.

Client Testimonials

I got the family trust updated.
I was very pleased with the expertise and professionalism exhibited by your staff in serving my needs.

I needed to review my Will, recommended by my son.
Mr. Farrer’s expertise helped me realize that a Trust would better serve my needs.
The staff and Mr. Farrer were very professional and friendly (not cold). Thank you. Very comfortable atmosphere.

Our legal documents were outdated due to time and circumstances.
The staff at Moore Law Firm worked with us to develop a trust and other legal documents which meet our current as well as our future needs.
The staff at moore law firm were so professional, knowledgable and friendly to work with. They worked beyond to accomodate our needs. Thank you all.

Moore Law Firm
9949 W. Bell Road
Suite 201
Sun City, AZ 85351

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