A frustrated son recently wrote into a well-known advice columnist, lamenting the fact that his father refused to create a trust based estate plan or even a will that would designate how his property and various businesses should be handled in the event of his passing. The son questioned whether such action was “selfish.” Our Mesa estate planning attorneys agree … Read More
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
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.
10. Remarriage Protection Make sure a new spouse doesn’t receive all your assets Discuss Prenuptial Agreement provision in estate plan Ensures that your family will receive your inheritance 9. Leave a Charitable Legacy Benefit the causes you support Show your posterity what you care about Give your family a chance to support your causes 8. Protect Your Assets from … Read More