Sedona Estate Planning
Sedona Estate Planning Attorney
With the beautiful scenery produced by the brightly-colored, mountainous terrain, it is no surprise that so many are drawn to live in the scenic city that is Sedona, Arizona. By Providing estate planning services in Arizona with over 70 years of combined experience in estate planning, we hope to make your life and the lives of your loved ones easier. Our Sedona office is conveniently located on Highway 89A across from the Super 8 Motel with easy on-site parking available.
No one wants to think about the passing of a loved one. If you own an estate and you do not plan for it after your death, your loved ones will be left to deal with the court hearings and legal issues that arise, which can be summarized as the probate process. We want to help you by giving you the peace of mind of knowing that all of your assets will be distributed and dealt with as you would like in the future.
Estate planning is an extremely personal matter, and not something that should be taken lightly. You deserve to be understood and worked with on a personal level. That is why we always strive to form a personal, ongoing relationship with each of our clients. When you hire the Dana Law Group, you aren’t just hiring an attorney to provide you with a stack of legal documents, you are forming a relationship with an experienced Sedona estate planning attorney who can advise you on changes in the estate planning laws as well as keep your documents current when changes occur in your family or your legal objectives.
We work hard to ensure that you feel comfortable in planning your estate. We want you to understand what is happening every step of the way, so that your loved ones can enjoy the financial security you’ll have left them. Hiring the Dana Law Group does just get you legal advice and guidance, but also someone you can trust and count on to bring you a pleasant lifetime. Let us help you plan for your estate now for a better future.
At our Sedona 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 Sedona estate planning attorneys!