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Probate in Arizona

Posted on : December 11, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Probate in Arizona.

Probate in Arizona Frequently Asked Questions About Probate in Arizona If you live in the state of Arizona or have relatives here, you need to learn about the laws that govern the place you or your loved ones call home. That means learning about the probate process in the state of Arizona, something that can […]

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Types of Family Trusts in an Arizona Estate Plan | (Video)

Posted on : December 10, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Types of Family Trusts in Arizona.

Types of Family Trusts in an Arizona Estate Plan What is a Family Trust in an Arizona Estate Plan An Arizona family trust can be completed as a part of an Arizona estate plan when a person is still living or drafted after a person passes away. After a family trust has been created, you […]

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What is a Living Will in Arizona | Free Estate Planning Consultations

Posted on : December 4, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
What is a Living Will in Arizona.

What is a Living Will in Arizona If you have ever asked yourself what is a living will in Arizona, you probably have been thinking of creating an Arizona estate plan and are wondering why you need a Last Will and Testament. As advancements continue to be made in the medical field, our life expectancies […]

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Drafting a Valid Will in Arizona (Video)

Posted on : October 5, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Drafting a Last Will and Testament in Arizona.

Drafting a Valid Will in Arizona Drafting a value Will in Arizona, also know as a last will and testament, allow the transfer of property post-mortem, but creating a valid Will in Arizona requires following the Arizona laws pertaining to Wills. The state of Arizona acknowledges three types of Wills for estate planning in Arizona; […]

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Filing for Contempt in Family Court

Posted on : September 26, 2017, By:  Chris Hildebrand
Filing for Contempt of Court.

In family law, lawyers are familiar with cases in which a former spouse intentionally disobeys a lawful court order. Whether by failing to pay child support, refusing access to the child involved, or the violation of any other court order, the affected party can use court intervention to their disposal. In such case, contempt of […]

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