Arizona UTMA Accounts

Arizona UTMA Accounts

In our Elder Law Issues newsletter this week, we described a bankruptcy court case involving a Uniform Transfers to Minors Act (UTMA) account. Arizona has also adopted the uniform law, and Arizona UTMA accounts would likely be treated in the same way. But, more importantly, when would someone want to set up an Arizona UTMA…

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Do it yourself estate planning

Do-It-Yourself Estate Planning

Do you enjoy do-it-yourself projects? How about your estate planning? Can’t you just write your own will? How about online trust forms? And wouldn’t it be cheaper if you just prepared your estate planning documents and then paid a lawyer to review them for you? In this podcast episode, we talk about DIY estate planning.…

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Guardianship and Conservatorship

Guardianship and Conservatorship

Guardianship, conservatorship, power of attorney, living will, surrogate decision-maker — what does it all mean? We talk about guardianship and conservatorship. Join us as we define some of the terms and introduce you to the basics of surrogate decision-making. As always, of course, we are talking about Arizona law. Some of the terms are different…

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