Estate Planning in Tucson

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.

Estate planning can be as simple as having a Will and powers of attorney. On the other hand, it can be as complicated as having long, involved trust documents, family limited partnerships, or highly sophisticated insurance products. We need estate plans only as extensive as our circumstances require, allowing for the natural changes in our lives over time. We should look for a good value in estate planning, just as we do with any other investment.

Areas of Estate Planning in Which We Work

Key Benefits of Estate Planning

  • Puts in place your own plan for the future.
  • Protects your loved ones.
  • Provides peace of mind.

A law firm such as ours provides many legal documents that sound familiar to most laymen. However, most people have pretty basic questions about what functions are served by some of these well known documents.

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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, probate, guardianship, conservatorship and elder law matters 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 and is also a Licensed Fiduciary, registered by the Arizona Supreme Court.


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