Legal Services in Tucson, Arizona
The legal services we emphasize are Estate Planning, Probate, Family and Juvenile Law, certain areas of Elder Law, and Trust and Estate Administration. We regularly work in Guardianship and Conservatorship. We try to concentrate on areas of legal practice that are not only related, but also have overlapping and consequential issues.
Estate Planning is reflected in legal documents that give shape to our preferences in health care and financial matters during life, and to our instructions for the distribution of property when we pass away.
Probate is broadly understood to be the legal process that is often necessary to settle our financial affairs after we have passed away. However, the Probate Court hears other kinds of cases as well. For example, petitions for guardianship of and/or conservatorship for adults are addressed to the Probate Court. Some people refer to the Probate Court as the court of compassion.
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Tucson Estate Planning, Probate and Guardianship Attorney
At the Wood Law Firm, we are committed to providing affordable legal services including estate planning, wills, and probate to those in Tucson and the surrounding community.
We Deliver Timely and Reasonable Legal Services to Tucson and the Catalina Foothills Community
Attorney Henry Wood is a member of various Bar Associations.
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