Probate Administration from Outside Arizona | Probate Administration Attorney

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Managing a Trust or Probate Administration While Living Outside the State of Arizona. As Arizona probate administration attorneys we receive many calls from individuals who do not live in Arizona, but have been nominated to serve as either a Trustee or Personal Representative. We live in an ever-increasingly mobile society. Because of this trend, many children do not live in … Read More

How Can I Avoid Probate | Arizona Probate Attorney

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One of the main questions clients will ask is, “How I can avoid probate when I pass away?” This common question stems from a long history of “probate” being associated as an evil word or a long and expensive legal process, which is to be avoided at all costs. It is true that probate is court driven, public, can be … Read More

Proof of Authority: How an Out of State Executor Conducts Estate Business in Arizona

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As Arizona probate attorneys we receive many phone calls from family members, personal representatives, and beneficiaries who do not live in the State of Arizona, but a deceased loved one died here. We are able and willing to help such out of state individuals with an Arizona probate administration, trust administration or other administration services necessary to help them deal … Read More

New Court Mandated Training for All Persons Serving as a Personal Representative, Guardian or Conservator #EstatePlanningAttorney

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Arizona Estate Planning & Probate Attorney, Kenneth Barney wants you to take notice: Pursuant to Rule 27.1(A) of the Arizona Rules of Probate Procedure, effective September 1, 2012, all non-licensed persons requesting to serve in any court appointed fiduciary capacity must receive training from the Arizona Supreme Court prior to appointment. A non-licensed fiduciary includes a person serving as a … Read More

Wills Lawyer Mesa AZ | Will Kits – But Why Can’t I Just Use the Internet?

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You may occasionally wonder about using online “Will kits” or software to produce estate planning documents. These kits are popular because they’re cheap. However, you risk subjecting your survivors to unnecessary legal fees to fix what often turns out to be incomplete or ineffective problematic documents.