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July 31, 2013

Probate Myths and Facts

Myth: Probate costs and attorney fees are usually as high as 10 percent of your estate. Fact: Arizona court costs to open a probate are veryRead More
July 31, 2013

Do I Need A Will If I Want My Spouse And Kids To Inherit Everything?

Question: I don’t have a Will but I want my spouse and kids to inherit everything. If my spouse and kids will inherit everything anyway, what’sRead More
July 31, 2013

What Is Community Property and Separate Property?

Question: What is community property? I am married and live in Arizona. Does this affect me? Answer: Married individuals living in community property states own propertyRead More
July 30, 2013

Arizona’s Homestead Exemption

What is a Homestead? Generally, a homestead is a dwelling including the land and buildings on the land that is occupied by the owner. What isRead More
July 30, 2013

Need to Know: Life Insurance 101

Life insurance is one of those financial products that can give people the heebie-jeebies. It can sound confusing and complicated, and it involves thinking about aRead More
July 30, 2013

Steps of a Typical Probate

Probate can sound like a confusing topic – especially when we’re using terms like “intestate” or issuing “Letters” that aren’t really letters at all. In orderRead More
July 29, 2013

Handwritten Wills

By Abigail Neal, Arizona Wills Lawyer Question: Is a handwritten Will valid? Answer: Possibly. Under Arizona law, some Wills may be valid if they are handwritten.Read More
July 29, 2013

Common Estate Planning Myths

Estate planning is a complicated area of law. As a result, there are many myths about the law that can be harmful to you and yourRead More