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    Arizona Beneficiary Deeds

    Arizona Beneficiary Deeds

    Define Beneficiary Deed A beneficiary deed in Arizona is used to transfer real estate upon death to a specific person also known as beneficiary. These deeds can also be used to transfer real estate to more than one person, or a trust.  Uses of Beneficiary Deeds...

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    Quiet Title

    Quiet Title

    What is a Quiet Title?   A quiet title action is needed when a piece of real estate has been in the family for many generations, and the legal title to the real estate is in the name of deceased ancestor.  The quiet title action is used to transfer the real...

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    What you Should Never Put in your Will!

    Many people ask me, time and time again ‘What needs to be in a Will’.  Other people ask me ‘What you should never put in your Will?’  These are two very important questions and the answers may surprise you. A Will, also called a Last Will or a Last Will and Testament...

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    Can an executor of a will take everything?

    Can an executor of a will take everything?

    Let’s see. In Arizona we don’t use the term executor, instead we use the term Personal Representative. A Personal Representative is appointed by the Court to act on behalf of the deceased person. When the Personal Representative is appointed they have three jobs.

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