Moore Law Firm

Moore Law Firm

9949 W. Bell Road
Suite 201
Sun City, AZ 85351
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February 2019 Archives

Estate planning is important for everyone

Estate planning is often seen as a way to dictate how assets will be distributed to one's family upon death. This can sometimes be a pretty straightforward process, especially when assets are to be divided amongst a spouse and children. Since this is the prevailing view of those who think about estate planning, many individuals without spouse and/or children often determine that estate planning won't benefit them. But these individuals are wrong.

3 dangers of DIY wills

It is vital for people to create estate plans when still in the right state of mind to do so. They need to ensure all their assets and belongings go to the proper parties, or else significant confusion could arise upon the person's death. 

Placing a home in a revocable or irrevocable trust

There are many issues to consider when estate planning. This is especially true to those who have a significant number of assets. For these individuals, merely identifying and valuing all those assets can be a headache. Of course, not everyone has vast amounts of wealth to leave to loved ones, but even those of modest means can benefit from estate planning.

Media mogul found competent enough to change estate plan

Effective estate planning is crucial to avoid probate litigation. Those who have ambiguous or vague plans can see their estates' financial health deteriorate significantly while litigation is drawn out. Such legal action can also lead to familial strife that can last a lifetime. This is why it is important to engage in effective estate planning and make sure that any changes to an estate plan are clearly valid.

Modern families require modern estate planning approaches

The definition of family has certainly broaden over the last 50 years. Back then, most families were comprised of married men and women who had children and who stayed in their marriages until death. In the modern world, though, there is no "normal" family. In fact, only a third of all marriages conform to the traditional definition of married heterosexuals with children. These modern familial units can be comprised of unmarried couples, stepchildren, adopted children, and even children conceived through artificial means. While the world around us has changed considerably over time, estate planning law has not, which means it is on you to ensure that your estate plan is customized to fit your unique situation. Failing to do so could mean that your loved ones may miss out on inheriting the assets you want them to have.

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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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