Tucson (520) 327-4000|Phoenix (602) 253-1515 |Mesa (480) 745-2552 | Toll Free 855-338-8383

Blog

COVID-19 Update to Operations

The safety and well- being of our clients and staff members is of the upmost importance and given the recent increase in Arizona cases, we have decided to limit our New Client Appointments to phone, or zoom or to getting started online.  We are always available as we are working hard to serve all of...
Read More

WE ARE OPEN

We understand the uncertainty and the impact the Coronavirus is having. Although Mayor Moreno has issued a Stay home Order for businesses through April 17, Governor Doug Ducey has listed legal services as an essential business and we want to be here for you. We practice social distancing and suggest the use of our online...
Read More

Using Legal Document Preparers for Divorce

How a Document Preparation Service can Help with Your Arizona Divorce If you are preparing for a divorce, or you have just been served with divorce papers, you may be looking to hire an attorney to help you through the process. Did you know that in Arizona, you can hire a licensed document preparation service...
Read More

Arizona Estate Planning: Living Trusts

  Arizona Estate Planning: Living Trusts One of the main reasons to develop an estate plan is to ensure that your wishes are honored upon your death. There are many tools you can use to create a comprehensive estate plan — everything from a standard will to various types of trusts and powers of attorney...
Read More

Affordable Living Trusts in Arizona

  Arizona Estate Planning: Living Trusts One of the main reasons to develop an estate plan is to protect your assets and ensure that your wishes are honored upon your death. There are many tools you can use to create a comprehensive estate plan — everything from a standard will to various types of trusts...
Read More

What is a Revocable Living Trust

Estate Planning in Arizona: What are Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts? Most people only think about a last will and testament when it comes to estate planning, but there is also the option of creating a trust to protect and pass on your assets to your loved ones. A trust can be revocable or irrevocable, and...
Read More
1 2 3 14