Phoenix Probate Attorneys



McFarlane Law, PLC
14500 N. Northsight Blvd, Suite 217
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Phone: 480-991-0032
Fax: 480-483-6673

Whenever assets and property are transferred from one generation to the next, there is the possibility of obstacles and delays. One family member may claim that another family member or caretaker exerted undue influence over the estate planning process. A creditor or tax authorities may attempt to collect on an alleged and disputed debt. A lack of tax planning may create an unnecessary tax burden on the estate or its beneficiaries.

At McFarlane Law, PLC, in Scottsdale, Arizona, our lawyers are prepared to guide you through the Arizona probate process and assist in the administration of your trust. We represent trustees, successor trustees, personal representatives (executors of estates), heirs and beneficiaries from all over the United States, and the world, in Arizona probate proceedings. As experienced tax attorneys, we also provide tax planning and preparation services for estates.

The following pages provide more information about the probate and estate law services we provide:

  • Representing personal representatives: We guide personal representatives (executors) from all over the United States with the fulfillment of their responsibilities and the resolution of any disputes that occur in the Arizona probate process.
  • Probate administration and litigation: Probate is the court-supervised process of transferring titles and completing the legal and financial affairs of a person who has died by transferring his or her assets to heirs.
  • Trust administration and litigation: While trusts do not need to go through the probate process, there are still steps the successor trustee needs to do to carry out his or her duties after a settlor or trustor (the creator of the trust) has died.

Contact Our Probate Lawyers

To arrange a free and confidential consultation with our probate lawyers, call 480-991-0032 or contact us.

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