Reviewing family arrangements, financials and life goals, Arnold Hirsch advises clients on planning estates with strategic objectives that include:
Last Will and Testament
A will provides individuals with the opportunity to distribute property, establish care for loved ones and otherwise express wishes upon death. A will is necessary if an individual intends to leave property to someone other than a blood relative, such as a domestic partner, friend or charity.
Without a will, a court will determine the distribution of property, care for minor children, and even the fostering of pets. These decisions might not reflect an individual ’s desires, which is why a will is vital.
Ensure your wishes are honored. Hire Arnold Hirsch to draft a valid will that reflects your intentions.
A living trust, also known as a revocable trust, can provide for the continued care of minor children or an incapacitated family member. When assets are held in a living trust, heirs may avoid probate, which expedites the distribution of assets and keeps the estate’s information out of public record.
By evaluating whether certain legal tools can benefit your estate, Arnold Hirsch works with you to discuss options, prepare necessary documents, and establish a trust tailored to your personal needs.
When creating your estate plan, the care of children is the foremost concern. Arnold Hirsch advises clients on making crucial decisions about the financial support, protection and well-being of children — including naming a guardian who will raise children according to the client’s parental philosophies.
Get the justice you deserve. Contact The Arnold Hirsch Law Office of Scottsdale at 480-788-8082 or contact the law firm online to schedule your consultation.