Securing The Future
You want to protect your loved ones and you want to protect the assets you worked so hard to acquire. One of the most effective ways to do that is by creating a trust with the help of a skilled lawyer. A trust can help your heirs avoid the costs and delays of the probate process and help protect their futures at the same time. Based in Sun City, the Moore Marsh Law has helped clients across Arizona’s Northwest Valley protect their children and their holdings. For more than a quarter of a century, we have helped people create a wide variety of trusts.
What Kind Of Trust Is Right For You And Your Loved Ones?
Estate planning has gone through many changes over the years, today offering people more legal tools with which to protect heirs than ever before. While the variety of available trusts gives people more choices, it can also make it difficult to decide which trust is right for you and your loved ones.
A knowledgeable attorney takes the time to understand your circumstances and then carefully explain your options so that you choose the trust that’s right for you:
- Revocable trust: Makes sure your estate goes to beneficiaries while enabling you to retain control of the trust while you’re alive.
- Irrevocable trust: A trust that cannot be changed once established. This form of trust is for those interested in probate avoidance or protection from estate taxes.
- Charitable trusts: A trust that provides money or property to a charity.
- Life insurance trusts: Protection from probate and taxes for people with significant life insurance policies.
Our Focus Is On You
When you come to our relaxed offices, you’ll find a comfortable, professional atmosphere that makes it easy to hold confidential conversations about trust establishment and other aspects of estate planning.
Our experienced attorneys and staff can also guide you through probate and trust administration. In addition, we help out-of-state attorneys efficiently navigate the complexities of ancillary administration in Arizona.
Call 623-207-9153 to schedule an appointment with an experienced attorney. You can also use our online contact form.