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Power of Attorney in Arizona

Almost everyone believes they will make their own decisions, and communicate them, for the remainder of their life.  However, many situations prevent people from protecting their own interests. People should prepare themselves for the unexpected by establishing legal documents that ...
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Are Do It Yourself Wills Legal?

In the state of Arizona, wills, trusts, estates, and protective proceedings are governed by ARS Title 14. Probate court and proceedings are also guided by the Uniform Probate Code, which has been adopted by 18 states to update and simplify ...
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Arizona Holographic Will Requirements

A holographic will is another term for a handwritten last will and testament. While some states don’t recognize holographic wills, the state of Arizona accepts handwritten wills as long as they adhere to the state’s probate laws. The laws regarding ...
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Get Help with Special Needs Trusts in Arizona

Special needs trusts are used to provide protection and security to disabled persons who may need supplemental income or more financial independence. At JacksonWhite Law, we can help you determine if you or your loved ones are eligible for a ...
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Is There a Statute of Limitations on Wills?

In the state of Arizona, wills, trusts, estates, and protective proceedings are governed by ARS Title 14. Probate court and proceedings are also guided by the Uniform Probate Code, which has been adopted by 18 states to update and simplify ...
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Do Wills Need To Be Notarized in Arizona?

Arizona is one of 18 states that have adopted the Uniform Probate Code (UPC), a set of uniform guidelines that are intended to simplify probate by standardizing probate proceedings across state lines. Under the UPC, the state of Arizona does ...
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Simple Handwritten Will Arizona

The executor (aka the personal representative) is the individual you nominate to manage your estate when you die. The executor will be tasked with submitting your will to the probate court, notifying interested parties of the probate proceedings, gathering your ...
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Pros and Cons of Revocable Living Trusts

Trusts are a massively underused estate planning tool. They are formed by drafting a trust agreement that clearly sets forth the trust’s operating parameters, identifies who will manage the assets (the trustee), and names who will have access to the ...
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