What I Do

I have helped over 1100 clients make things easier and more understandable for their loved ones in case something bad happens to my client. I can do this for you as well. Here’s how. We will work together to protect your family if you pass away (Last Will or Trust), are incapacitated (Powers of Attorney), or if you are at the end of the road (Living Will).

If you have an adult disabled child, we will work together to protect your child’s governmental benefits (Special Needs Trust). I can file guardianship in the Arizona courts for you also.

If you have lost a loved one, I can take you through the hoops of probate and help you organize and finalize your loved one’s affairs.

Arizona Estate

I am the right person to call if you are looking for a trustworthy Arizona estate planning attorney. I am based in Phoenix and I can make arrangements for the disposal, transfer or management of your estate.
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Arizona Adult Guardianship

If you have a special needs adult child, you need a court order for you to become the guardian even if you are the parent.  That’s the way it is here in Maricopa County. But no worries, I will make everything easier for you if you have adult guardianship concerns.
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Arizona Medical Living Wills

A medical living will is called the “pull the plug” document. It gives your loved ones permission to pull the plug and let you die peaceful. Because, whether we like it or not, when we are really in a very bad shape, we have no choice but to give up. It’s best to be prepared.
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Arizona Powers of Attorney

Need a power of attorney to appoint a person on your behalf to handle your financial, medical and even mental health care problems or affairs? Call me. I am experienced in all three types of powers of attorney.
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Arizona Last

Everybody needs a last will.  It is best to be prepared for the inevitable. Having a last will secures your properties, the distribution of your assets, and the guardianship of your minor children.
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It is very important that you have a living trust. It includes who gets what when you die and who will take charge of your assets. There are two types of living trust, irrevocable and revocable. Of the two, the revocable trust is more practical and advisable.

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