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Powers Of Attorney Can Be A Double-Edged Sword

Posted on : February 16, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Powers Of Attorney Can Be A Double-Edged Sword.

Powers Of Attorney Can Be A Double-Edged Sword A Power of Attorney legally allows an individual who is typically a relative or family friend to make a variety of decisions on behalf of another individual who may be elderly, ill, or incapacitated in any way. Powers of Attorney enable a person to exercise an immense […]

Posted in : Arizona Power of Attorney Laws

Attorney Fee Award Against a Guardian or Conservator in Arizona

Posted on : February 7, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Attorney Fee Award Against a Guardian or Conservator in Arizona.

Attorney Fee Award Against a Guardian or Conservator in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision had to address the award of attorney fees in a guardianship and conservatorship case. Mr. Lanfor, individually and as guardian and conservator of the estate of Ms. Quinn appeals from the trial court’s award of compensation to […]

Posted in : Arizona Guardianship Laws

Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples

Posted on : January 16, 2018, By:  Chris Hildebrand

Estate planning can be a daunting task for married couples, so you can imagine how challenging it can be for unmarried couples. There are a few difference between the two, like how unmarried partners usually do not leave something to their partner in the event that they pass and how married couples are not legally […]

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Can a Will Be Challenged in Arizona

Posted on : December 29, 2017, By:  Chris Hildebrand
Can a Will Be Challenged in Arizona.

Can a Will Be Challenged in Arizona Testate is a term that means a person has died with a valid Last Will and Testament in place prior to their passing. When this occurs the terms of the Will, dictate the distribution of assets. A Last Will and testament is validated when a judge declares it […]

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Rights and Responsibilities of Guardians of Minor Children: Person vs. Estates

Posted on : December 17, 2017, By:  Chris Hildebrand

As guardian of the person, you will generally have the responsibilities as follows: You decide where the child lives. If you move, you must tell the court in writing right away. If you want to move out of Texas or even move to a different County, you have to get the court’s permission. Majority of […]

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