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I just turned another year older yesterday, and while it’s at least another thirty or so years before I considering retiring, it’s never too early to think about the day that I won’t be here. I know it’s something that I don’t think about that often, but I know that it’s going to happen one day. I also know that I will likely be involved in settling estates of my relatives in the future, which involves the world of wills and probate courts.
However, there are ways that you can possibly avoid having the estate brought through the lengthy and public probate process; the most common of which is setting up a living trust. Under the law, a living trust is a legal entity that holds your property as a guardian in case something would happen to you or someone else who is a part of the trust.
If you’re in Arizona, you probably are already aware that there are many options available for living trusts, more so because of the state’s status as a magnet for retirees to relocate. One of the premier firms in the state is Morris, Hall & Kinghorn; who have over 30 years of experience in the field of estate planning. They also have experience in handling issues important to an aging population, and can assist you with finding an attorney in your home state or for someone you love who is in another part of the country.
The most important thing, however, is to realize that it’s never too early to begin planning how to handle your belongings and assets. It doesn’t matter if you’re 24, 34, 44, 54 or older; if you have someone you care about in your life, and are in Arizona, look into the services Morris, Hall & Kinghorn are able to provide to you at any age.