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Phoenix Probate Lawyer

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Our Probate Lawyers can help with estate and probate litigation, trust, probate and estate administration, guardianship and conservatorship, and more. Probate is the process of transferring assets to your heirs or survivors with court supervision. Trust administration is almost the same process but done through the Revocable Living Trust without court supervision.

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Guardianship and Conservatorship in Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona

Moshier Law serves probate clients in guardianship and conservatorship cases in Phoenix and Scottsdale. In Arizona, guardianship is the care of a person, and conservatorship is the protection of the person’s assets.

 

Guardianships and conservatorships can be complex. Maybe there are some particular issues in the case, like family members with conflicts of interest. Or maybe there is an Arizona divorce in the mix. Or, you may have a child custody issue associated with a family court case in Maricopa County and need guardianship for your child. There is recent new case law involving custody arrangements and how they affect guardianships. Many people elect to live and retire in Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona. There is a greater need to ensure your best interests are represented by someone who loves and cares for you and should be your guardian.

 

Guardianships and conservatorships can be very complex work in Maricopa County Superior Court. Moshier Law will be persistent and supportive of your goals in establishing a guardianship or conservatorship, or both.