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Moore Marsh Law

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

Retitling assets to fit your estate planning needs

Figuring out how to leave assets to loved ones can be more challenging than expected. You might start out wanting to evenly divide your estate, then find yourself considering the type of relationship you have with each identified beneficiary and heir. This can be a difficult process to work through, but estate planning carries the flexibility needed to ensure that one's true wishes can be achieved.

Consider trusts to control asset division among adult children

Most estate plans leave assets to spouses and the testator's children. When multiple children are involved, a significant number of estate planners choose to distribute their assets equally amongst them. This isn't a requirement, of course, and many individuals feel justified in creating an estate plan that unevenly leaves assets to their children.

How to utilize a trust when dealing with blended family issues

Blended families are common across Arizona. Within these families, children from previous relationships are brought into the familial fold, sometimes with open arms and sometimes with conflict. Regardless of the relationship that forms between these individuals, matters can be complicated, especially as it relates to estate planning. Those who take a basic approach to this process can find that the distribution of their assets can be complicated, which may lead to an outcome that was never intended in the first place. In other words, without competent estate planning, those who are part of a blended family may lose control over their estate and its distribution once they pass away.

The marital trust can be crucial part of an estate plan

Most people who engage in estate planning simply want to make sure that their loved ones are financially cared for after their passing. There are many ways to do this, of course, which is why individuals who find themselves in the midst of this process should carefully and thoroughly consider which options further their interests and the interests of their loved ones the most.

The basics of estate execution and trust administration

Serving as the executor of an estate or the administrator of a trust carries significant responsibilities. When those responsibilities are improperly handled, legal action can be taken against an executor or administrator. Therefore, before agreeing to serve in this position, an individual should fully understand what it entails.

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9949 W. Bell Road
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Sun City, AZ 85351

Phone: 623-207-9153
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