Phoenix Will & Trust Lawyers
Protecting Hard-Earned Assets & Property in Arizona
You have spent your life working hard, accruing property and assets, and building up wealth. If done properly, your last will and testament gives you the final say in how the fruit of your life’s work will be divided up. This can be especially important in the event of illness, accident, or other unexpected or premature death. If you pass away without a will in place, it falls to the court to select your inheritors and attempt to divide your possessions equitably during probate.
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Write Your Will or Trust Before It's Too Late
Most people try to avoid thinking about death and, consequently, many fail to prepare for it. People delay creating wills and trusts in order to avoid unpleasant conversations, but it is always better to have a plan in place. Your family members, with whom you may not want to discuss death, taxes, or inheritance, will likely experience conflict, stress, and confusion if left to collectively decide how to tie up your financial affairs. Think of your will as a roadmap that will help loved ones more easily navigate the legal and financial aspects of your passing, allowing them to focus on grieving, not court proceedings.
For more information, see:
- What Happens if I Don't Leave a Will?
- Seven Common Last Will Mistakes
- What Not to Include in a Will
- Can I Include Pets in My Will?
- Where Should I Store My Will?
- Contesting a Will in Arizona
Let our team of experienced attorneys at Taylor & Lihn, PLLC help you as you prepare for the unexpected.
Why Hire a Will & Trust Attorney?
It is not unheard of for people to create their own wills and trusts. Without the assistance and insight of a will and trust attorney in Phoenix, a court may not uphold your will. While you may be able to purchase the right legal documents online or through an online legal service (attempting to make existing, pre-created documents suited your unique situation), only a live legal professional can help you take stock of your options, discuss potential problems and possibilities, and help you create a last will and testament, or trust, that fits your desired results. By bringing a legal professional into your corner, you greatly increase the likelihood of your wishes being carried out exactly as you specify.