Why is it important to have your trust reviewed?

I recently met with a couple who created their trust several years ago in another state.  After they moved to… Continue reading »

What happens after you die when you own property in more than one state?

Like a lot of Americans, you may live in one state and own real estate or tangible personal property in… Continue reading »

What is the Difference Between a Warranty Deed and a Quit Claim Deed?

Real estate transactions are required to be in writing.  The most common way to transfer ownership of real property is… Continue reading »

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Going on my FaceBook page each evening, I smirk at all of my friends who are dousing themselves with cold… Continue reading »

Can Someone Contest a Trust?

America is one of the most litigious countries in the world.  Everyday thousands of law suits are filed in Arizona. … Continue reading »

What Just Happened to Your IRA?

On June 12, 2014, a unanimous decision by the US Supreme Court forever changed how Americans need to plan for… Continue reading »

What Does a Will Do?

A Will is a legal document that allows you to distribute your property to those you choose. A Will allows… Continue reading »

Should all assets be titled to a Revocable Living Trust?

Funding, or titling of assets to a Revocable Living Trust (“trust”), is a key component when establishing a trust. Funding… Continue reading »

Mork Goes Home

By now we all have heard about the loss of Robin Williams.  Robin was an extraordinary person who touched the… Continue reading »

What Does a Living Trust Do?

A Will comes into play only after you die, but a Living Trust actually starts to work and benefit you… Continue reading »







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