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3 estate planning tips for new parents

When adding a new child to your family, his or her immediate needs can seem overwhelming. This is true whether you give birth or adopt your child. Nevertheless, you should try to think about updating your estate plan if you already have one or creating one if you do...

What does a personal representative do?

When someone names you as the executor in his or her will, you also become the personal representative of his or her estate when he or she dies. You, therefore, assume responsibility for overseeing the deceased’s assets and making sure they pass to his or her heirs...

Reducing inheritance conflict among siblings

As an Arizona resident who has more than one child, you need to take extra care when crafting your estate plan to avoid unnecessary trouble. Sometimes, the steps you make during estate planning have the potential to cause conflicts between your children. According to...

What do you need for estate planning?

When you start in on your estate plan, it may feel like an overwhelming step to take at first. This is especially true if you have done nothing like it before and have no previous experience with matters of the estate. Before you dive in, you will want to do your...

What if you do not create a will?

Ask any adult in Arizona, and they may likely tell you that they have yet to begin the estate planning process. Indeed, statistics show that a majority of American adults do not have a will. This may make you feel somewhat better about not yet addressing your own...

What uses do advance directives have?

Looking ahead at what medical care you might need in an extreme situation can seem intimidating at first. In the event of an emergency, advance directives allow you to write legal instructions in case there is a time when you cannot make them for yourself. Includes an...