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What to Do Immediately After a Loved One Dies

Posted by Zach Dana on January 17, 2017

Losing a loved is already hard in itself. It is not just emotionally and mentally burdensome, it is also physically stressful. Many consider to be the most stressful and traumatic time of one’s life. Nobody wants to lose a loved one, but it’s a part of life that we sadly have to face. While you […]

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What is the Role of a Personal Representative?

Posted by Zach Dana on January 12, 2017

“The last will and testament of Frederica Evelyn Stilwell Cook, who died 9 January 1925, age 68, is thought to be the longest will ever filed for probate.  The will was 1,066 pages (95,940 words) and occupied four gilt-edged, leather–bound volumes.” While it is unlikely that you will ever have to administer a 1,066 page will, it is important that you understand the […]

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Arizona Requirements for a Will

Posted by Zach Dana on December 14, 2016

A will is a highly important legal document to any person during his or her lifetime. Arizona law says that if a person dies without a will, or intestate, his property will be distributed in accordance with the law on intestacy. In Arizona, the property will be distributed to the closest relative, from the spouse […]

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What are the Benefits of Having a Trust in Arizona?

Posted by Zach Dana on November 29, 2016

There are distinct differences between a will and a trust.  A trust offers some unique benefits that you simply don’t get with a will.  Creating a trust in Arizona is advisable for anyone who wants to be more tax efficient, values their privacy, and would like to avoid probate. There are many different types of […]

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