Scottsdale Estate Planning, Wills & TrustsOn the Net2022-11-23T08:53:22-08:00
About the Scottsdale Estate Planning Attorneys’ Website
Scottsdale estate planning attorneys Richard Keyt and his son former CPA Richard C. Keyt, created this website to help people learn about Arizona wills, trusts and estate planning and why a comprehensive estate plan is critically important to protect your most valuable asset, your loved ones. See our 287 five star Google, Facebook & Birdeye reviews. This estate planning website has a lot of articles about wills, trusts and other estate planning documents such as living wills, healthcare powers of attorney and financial powers of attorney.
Warning for Arizona Residents
The State of Arizona has a law that determines who inherits the assets of people who die without a will or a trust. This law may cause your assets to be inherited by the wrong person or people. To learn who will inherit your assets if you lack a will or trust see my article called Who Inherits Your Property If You Die without a Will or a Trust and take my short online quiz called Who Inherits Your Property. If the wrong person or people would inherit your assets the solution is for you to hire us to prepare a will or a trust that leaves your assets to the person or people you want to inherit the assets.
Do you want to decide who inherits your property if you die or do you want your state of residence to determine who inherits it? If you are an Arizona resident learn from a Scottsdale estate planning attorney who Arizona law will give your property to if you die without a Will or Trust.
There are two ways to leave assets to your loved ones when you die, out right without any asset protection or in an irrevocable asset protected trust. Read Scottsdale estate planning attorney Richard Keyt’s article and learn about the wonders of an irrevocable beneficiary controlled asset protected trust that protects the assets from their creditors and ex-spouses.
See a description and price of each of the documents you get if you buy our silver or gold estate plan. The gold estate plan includes a trust. The silver plan does not include a trust. The trust can provide life-time asset protection for assets inherited by your loved ones.
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Forbes says: "Unmarried people should put a priority on developing the traditional estate planning documents that don’t pertain to disposition of property: the health care proxy (or advance medical directive or living will) and financial [...]