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Parental Power of Attorney

In Arizona, there are several types of Power of Attorneys – all of which serve different purposes. In general, a Power of Attorney is the authority to act for another person. Most commonly a power of attorney is used to handle one’s financial or healthcare wishes in the event that they cannot do so themselves. …

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What is Probate?

Probate is the legal process in which a Court administers a person’s legal and financial matters after their death. There are two types of probate estates – testate and intestate. A testate estate is when a person dies with a will. The will is submitted to Court for a determination of whether the will is …

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Do I Need a Trust?

It is a common misconception that only the very wealthy need a Trust. A Trust is just one of many estate planning tools to consider when preparing an estate plan. Simply put, a Trust is an agreement in which the Settlor, the person creating the Trust, transfers their property to a third party, a trustee, …

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