Many people assume that they need to be elderly or wealthy to create their estate plans. However, in Arizona, an estate plan can benefit anyone who is at least 18 years old. Not only can you use it to designate who should receive your money and possessions after you pass away, but who should be your estate’s executor and children’s legal guardian, contribute to charitable organizations, predetermine medical decisions if you are ever in a coma or legally incapacitated, and more. Proper estate planning can also help preserve your estate’s value by avoiding taxes and the need for probate. When you’re ready to get started creating your estate plan, call our firm for your free consultation with our experienced Arizona estate planning lawyers.