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Archive: Estate Planning

What are the Benefits of Having a Trust in Arizona?

By Zachary Mushkatel

Couple consulting real estate lawyer regarding their trusts.

Many people think trusts and Wills are the same thing, but they are not. In fact, trusts can provide many benefits that Wills cannot provide, including making life much easier for your family after you pass away. There are many...

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What You Should Know About Living Trust Problems in Arizona

By Zachary Mushkatel

Couple consulting real estate lawyer regarding the issues on trusts.

Revocable living trusts are among the most popular and effective estate planning tools. Depending on your circumstances, setting up a revocable living trust could provide a number of advantages. At the same time, revocable living trusts have some drawbacks and...

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Can You Contest an Estate If There’s No Will?

By Zachary Mushkatel

Senior woman writing her last will and testament.

Losing a loved one can be an emotional and challenging experience. In addition to the grief and heartache that accompanies a loved one’s death, though, disputes may arise between family members regarding what the deceased would have wanted when it...

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How to Prepare for Creating a Will

By Zachary Mushkatel

last will and testament with wooden gavel on top

A Last Will and Testament is an important legal document that details how your property shall be distributed after your death. If you do not have a current Will in place, you are not alone. A 2016 Gallup poll found well...

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Four Ways to Avoid Probate in Arizona

By Zachary Mushkatel

Vintage / retro style with a long shadow : Fountain pen a pocket watch on a last will and testament. A form is printed on a mulberry paper and waiting to be filled and signed by testator / testatrix.

Probate refers to the legal process of identifying property, assets and liabilities after a person’s death and transferring those assets to the decedent’s heirs and beneficiaries. Generally, all assets that you own in your name alone and you have not...

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