The baby boomer generation is aging and living longer than previous generations. But there comes a time when elderly parents need care.
Important Reviews All of our readers know estate planning is important, and keeping up with changes in your family is essential to good planning. That means you must leave a clear and easy path for your family to follow. A clear message will protect your...
What is Estate Planning? The basics of estate planning is a two-part process. The first part is to ensure that in the event of your serious disability, you continue to maintain control of your assets and health care treatment decisions. The second part is making...
While you are enjoying your Thanksgiving, remember that you have many choices in giving to charity. There are many options to consider.
Cost of Alzheimer's Alzheimer’s disease affects as many as 5.8 million people in the United States; which means it affects as many as 5.8 million families, because Alzheimer’s is a disease that affects everybody it touches—husbands, wives, children and...
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...
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...
Our 12 Step Estate Planning Checklist will make certain that you can control your finances and healthcare decisions no matter what life throws at you. All of these decisions should be discussed with you loved ones now.Step 1. Financial Powers of Attorney While you...
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...
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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