Providing estate planning services in Arizona with over 70 years of combined experience in estate planning. Our Payson office is conveniently located on the Beeline Highway with easy parking available.
At Dana Law Group, we understand that you are a unique individual with unique circumstances. That is why we aim to work directly with you to understand you and your case. We strive to form a personal, ongoing, relationship with each of our clients, working to provide you with the service you deserve in estate planning. When you hire the Dana Law Group, you can be sure that you aren’t just going to be provided with a stack of legal documents; rather, you’ll be forming a relationship with a Payson estate planning attorney who can advise you on changes in the estate planning laws and keep your documents current as changes occur in your family or your legal objectives.
If a loved one passed away without writing a will, we can help you determine the best steps to take. If probate is necessary, we can help you determine which is more likely: formal or informal. We know that this may be a very difficult time for you, and we want to ease the process and alleviate the grieving to help you obtain financial security.
We understand that every case is different and that each one requires personal attention, which is why if you are looking into writing a will, we will work hard to help you understand what steps to take. There are many routes you can go when writing a will, depending on your circumstances. We will help you decide whether its best to create a simple will or a pour over will, and accompany you every step of the way until you feel confident that your assets have been accounted for properly. In addition to creating your will, we are also capable of producing you a trust. Working with you to understand your personal situation, we will mold our knowledge and experience to help you decide what the best option is, and help you achieve it.
At our Payson office, we can guide you through all aspects of estate planning, like establishing a durable power of attorney, creating a last will and testament, setting up a living trust, avoiding probate and handling trust administration. Call now to schedule a free consultation with one of our qualified Payson estate planning attorneys.