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Top 4 Asset Protection Strategies People Should Know About in Arizona | Free Consultation

Posted on : March 14, 2018
Top 4 Asset Protection Strategies People Should Know About.
Top 4 Asset Protection Strategies People Should Know About in Arizona It is common for people to undoubtedly want to protect their assets that they have toiled so hard to acquire. Employing the right asset protection strategies is vital regardless of whether you are beginning to accumulate wealth or you already have a substantial estate […]

Types of Family Trusts in an Arizona Estate Plan | Free Consultations

Posted on : December 10, 2017
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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 […]

How to Turn a Personal Injury Settlement into a Trust Fund in Arizona | Free Consultations

Posted on : May 26, 2017
Personal Injury Settlement and Trust Fund in Arizona.
How to Turn a Personal Injury Settlement into a Trust Fund in Arizona I hope that you are never in a position for this post to be of use to you.  It’s far better you not endure the personal injury and never receive a settlement award.  However, if you or a loved one are ever […]

A Totten Trust in Arizona | Free Consultation

Posted on : March 6, 2017
A Totten Trust in Arizona
A Totten Trust in Arizona A Totten trust is a simplified way to leave a bank account in trust to a beneficiary. Arizona statutes require that a Totten trust be created by a written agreement. What exactly does the law require in terms of a writing? Can a bank account signature card constitute a sufficient […]

Trustee’s Sole Discretion in Arizona | Free Consultation

Posted on : February 9, 2017
Trustee’s Sole Discretion in Arizona
Trustee’s Sole Discretion in Arizona When a person creates a testamentary trust, she can choose the amount of discretion the trustee will have. If she has great faith and confidence in the trustee, she can leave important matters to the trustee’s sole discretion. Is the court required to approve the trustee’s decisions in those matters? […]