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9949 W. Bell Road
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Sun City, AZ 85351
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July 2019 Archives

What is the ancillary probate process?

The way in which estate plans are created and estate assets are distributed are dictated by state laws. Therefore, those who are familiar with their state's laws can usually craft an estate plan that suits their needs. In some instances, though, these matters can be complicated, particularly if an individual owns property in different states.

Tips for choosing a power of attorney

Arizona law allows you to designate someone to make health care and financial decisions on your behalf by executing a power of attorney. The person you choose makes important choices for you under certain circumstances, such as if you are in a vegetative state after a severe car accident or develop a mentally-incapacitating condition.

Competent legal help available for estate plan modification

After completing an estate plan, many Arizonans feel a tremendous sense of relief. They certainly should, as taking this huge step is the best way to not only ensure that loved one's are adequately cared for in the event of one's death, but also that one's estate is properly protected for in the long-term. After all, for many, their estate is their legacy.

Estate planning and the qualified personal residence trust

If you're a reader of this blog, then you likely know that there are many estate planning options available to you. You can utilize a will, a trust, a power of attorney, a health care directive, or some combination of these tools. What is important is that you pursue whatever planning strategy suits your needs, as well as the needs of your estate and your loved ones. This isn't always easy to determine, though.

Arizona's holographic will law

We recently wrote about the trouble Aretha Franklin's estate is having due to the recent discovery of a number of handwritten wills. These documents can be problematic for a number of reasons. Oftentimes it's unclear who is being named as a beneficiary or heir. Also, the terms of trusts are vague or ambiguous. Other times there are contradictory terms. Each of these issues can present problems when the will is supposed to go into effect. Under such circumstances, untangling the testator's intentions can be a nightmare. In other cases the will is deemed legally invalid.

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