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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...
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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...
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Divorce with Minor Children in Arizona

Divorce with Minor Children in Arizona   Preparing for a divorce is an emotional and stressful process on its own, but when you add minor children to the equation, it can feel daunting and overwhelming. In Arizona, divorce is referred to as a “dissolution of marriage,” which is the process you undergo to end your...
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Child Custody and Parenting Time

Factors That Influence Child Custody in Arizona While many parents going through a divorce in Arizona can decide on a mutually agreeable child custody arrangement, there are other parents who cannot reach an agreement for one reason or another. The courts obviously encourage parents to work out an agreement between each other, but in the...
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Filing for Divorce in Arizona

Basics of Filing for Divorce in Arizona   Many people mistakenly assume that all divorces are long, drawn out, expensive battles in court. This is not always the case, and in some instances, couples who are divorcing can file paperwork without the help of an attorney, which can save them both money. Whether you are...
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Wills and Living Trusts without an Attorney

Last Wills and Living Trusts without an Attorney   Many people believe estate planning is only for the extremely wealthy. Others are simply hesitant to confront the inevitability of death. Whatever the reason, most people in Arizona die without a will. Estate planning can be complicated, but it does not need to be. This post...
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