Probate Court

Probate after the death of a loved one.

If your loved one had no trust and had more than $100,000 in equity in real estate, or had more than $75,000 in assets other than in real estate, their estate will probably need to go through probate.  We can help you navigate the probate court system every step of the way.  

 

If you would like to set up a free telephone conference to further discuss Probate with a Probate Attorney, please click here.

Or call us at (602) 840-4101

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Conservatorship

If your loved one is unable to make financial decisions for themselves, someone must be appointed by the probate court to make decisions for them.  We can help you navigate the probate court's Conservatorship process every step of the way.  

 

If you would like to set up a free telephone conference to further discuss Conservatorship, please click here.

Or call us at (602) 840-4101

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Guardianship

If your loved one is unable to make decisions about their care for themselves, someone must be appointed by the probate court to make decisions for them.  We can help you navigate the probate court's Guardianship process every step of the way.  

 

If you would like to set up a free telephone conference to further discuss Guardianship, please click here.

Or call us at (602) 840-4101