Moore Law Firm

Moore Law Firm

9949 W. Bell Road
Suite 201
Sun City, AZ 85351
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Arizona firm helping families establish trusts

Estate planning is important for a variety of reasons. Amongst those reasons are the protection of an estate's assets. Although a will may be able to help delineate how property is to be distributed upon one's death, the document itself, if improperly drafted can be contested. Also, those who pass away with a will may still have to go through probate to a certain extent, which can be time-consuming and costly. The best way to avoid these issues is to secure an estate's assets in various trusts.

The benefits of the charitable trust

When it comes to estate planning, you have a variety of legal tools at your disposal. You can create a will that spells out how your assets will be distributed upon your death, but you can also create a number of trusts to help both protect your estate and ensure that assets are distributed on your terms. There are a variety of trusts to meet your needs, which means that you should learn about the various trust types and their benefits before completing your estate planning.

What does an estate executor do?

Arizonans who are either engaging in initial estate planning or revisiting an existing estate plan have a lot of important decisions to make. Not only do they need to consider how they want their assets to be distributed upon their death, but they have to be diligent about identifying their assets and choosing an individual to administer their estate when they are gone.

Is the AB trust right for me?

Ideally, an individual will have an iron-clad estate plan in place before passing away. This would allow one's estate to be distributed according to one's wishes while at the same time avoiding unnecessary expenses. Yet, we all know that the ideal is rarely achieved, which means that many estate plans have errors that can lead to unwanted consequences. One of the biggest mistakes is failing to create a will prior to one's death.

Should your loved ones have to pay your debt after you die?

Like many retired Arizonans, you have built a sizeable estate that you are pleased to share with your loved ones when you are gone. However, you may also have significant debt that keeps you up at night worrying. What happens if you do not pay all of your debt before you die? Will your spouse, siblings, children or grandchildren be held responsible for your debt?

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

Phone: 623-207-9153
Phone: 623-207-9153
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