Arizona Estate Planning Myths and Misconceptions
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Even if you haven’t created your estate plan yet, you’ve probably heard a lot about wills, and maybe a little about trusts, powers of attorney, and other estate planning instruments. And unless you work at an estate planning law firm, a lot of what you have heard is probably wrong. Read on to learn the most common misconceptions our clients come to us with, and how the law actually applies in Arizona. If you have additional questions about planning your estate in Arizona, call 480-833-8000 or use our online form to request your free consultation.
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Having a well-defined estate plan means working with an attorney who will provide the necessary legal documents involved in estate planning. These documents, for example, include a Last Will and Testament, a document granting Power of Attorney, and Advance Medical Directive, and a Revocable Living Trust.