Looking for an affordable way to have a will? Although tempting, you may want to read the full story about why its quite risky to have a handwritten or holographic will. In this article we discuss a hand written Holographic Will and whether or not it may be the best for you. Are handwritten wills…

Using your retirement or investments to pay down your debts may sound logical, but if you are planning on filing bankruptcy in the future, it may not a wise decision. In this article we are going to discuss the pros and cons of using your retirement to pay off your debts including credit cards, loans,…

If your looking to find the best way to speak to your family about your wishes, will, assets or trust upon you’re death, plan for it! In this article we are going to discuss some interesting statistics about wills and estate plans as it pertains to your loved ones documents. We’re going to cover some…

In this weeks article, we wanted to help educate you on the Arizona probate court process, what the word probate actually means, the types of probate, how to avoid probate, and much more. To some of us, death may be scary and for very obvious reasons.  When we pass away, we’re leaving the ones that…

When you should appoint a Power of Attorney and what you’ll need to know about appointing one. Learn the types of Power of Attorneys and their definitions. Wondering how to get power of attorney?  There are several types of Power of Attorneys in Arizona, it’s always best to know what type of Power of Attorney you may…

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