Get your estate documents prepared by an experienced lawyer
Our Mesa estate attorneys understand the intricacies of Arizona law as it applies to a broad range of estate planning matters. Some of the documents our legal team can help you prepare include:
Last Will and Testament: Often called simply your "Will," this is the foundation of your estate plan. A Last Will and Testament explains what is to be done with your money and property after your death and assigns a person, called a "personal representative," to manage your affairs. It can also establish a guardian or conservator for your minor children.
Trust: A trust is a financial entity used to help distribute your property to certain beneficiaries. Trusts can be established during your life or upon your death. There are several types of trusts that can be used as part of your estate plan.
Power of Attorney: This is a legal document that gives another person the power to make decisions on your behalf while you are incapacitated. There are several types of Power of Attorney. Your Mesa estate lawyer can help you understand the implications and benefits of each one.
Living Will: A Living Will is a document that guides the person making decisions on your behalf in the event that you are incapacitated due to illness.
Custom estate planning solutions for your individual needs
Everyone has an estate, whether they know it or not, but the planning needs for each individual or family estate are different. Our experienced Mesa estate attorneys take a hands-on, personalized approach to estate planning cases. We'll listen to you and work with you to create a plan that meets your needs and honors your wishes.
Don't try to prepare your estate planning documents on your own. Get the peace of mind that comes with knowing your plan was drafted by a knowledgeable Mesa estate lawyer from Brown & Jensen. Contact us today for a free consultation.