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Moore Law Firm

9949 W. Bell Road
Suite 201
Sun City, AZ 85351
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March 2018 Archives

Is the AB trust right for me?

There are a variety of tools at one's disposal when it comes to formulating a solid estate plan. In order to ensure that an estate plan is tailored to an individual's unique needs and wishes, they must become familiar with all options available to them and decide accordingly. This may sound easy enough, but the truth of the matter is that the number of options can become overwhelming. This can be especially true with trusts.

How cryptocurrency fits into an estate plan

Our economy is constantly changing. While new markets emerge and old ones fade, even the way we view money is changing. Cryptocurrencies, for example, seem to be gaining some traction amongst the public. These digital currencies are not backed by banks, which means their value can rise and fall based on the value assigned to it by those in the market. This can create big swings in cryptocurrency values that could leave an individual sitting on thousands upon thousands of dollars' worth of virtual money.

Arizona firm ready to help with estate planning needs

A will can be a great estate planning tool that seeks to distribute assets after one's death in accordance with his or her wishes. However, the effectiveness of this document is contingent upon its validity. Last week we discussed some of the ways a will can be contested and, ultimately, found to be invalid. The invalidation of a will can have a tremendous effect on an estate, which means that those engaging in estate planning need to make sure that their legal documents are drafted carefully with an eye for every applicable detail.

The ways in which a will can be contested

Mustering the courage to confront one's own mortality and engage in estate planning is no small thing. However, merely because some words are put on paper delineating how assets are to be divided upon an individual's death does not mean that its provisions will hold up in a court of law. Although most of us hope that these matters can be resolved without heated disputes, the truth is that this area of the law can see some of the nastiest litigation. To avoid it, Arizonans need to do everything in their power to ensure that their estate plan is as legally sound as possible.

Navigating the probate process

As you go through the estate planning process in Arizona, you will find that in order for you to pass property to someone else through a will, the property may have to go through probate. The trust and probate administration process can be complicated, but there are pros and cons to the process.

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

Phone: 623-207-9153
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