Types of business

Should You Form an LLC for Your Arizona Business?

Many business owners initially set up their new business as a sole proprietorship.  A Limited Liability Company, commonly called an LLC, offers advantages that a sole proprietorship does not.  LLCs are a popular choice of structure for many Arizona businesses, but they are not always the best or right choice for every business and owner. Finding… Read More
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Categories: Business Planning
Gears Printed with Business Continuity - Business Succession Planning

What Is Business Succession Planning — and Why Is It Important?

If you own a business, you spend most (or all) of your time running the business. Do you ever consider what would happen to your business without you? You probably don’t — but you really need to consider that possibility. Business succession planning is the best way to plan for unexpected events that can dramatically affect your business. You… Read More
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Power of Attorney

Why Do You Need a Durable Power of Attorney?

Some of the most important documents in a sound estate plan do not relate to what happens to your property after death. Those documents — called durable powers of attorney — protect you and your assets during your lifetime. If you become unable to make your own decisions for any reason, your durable powers of attorney designate someone you ch… Read More
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Categories: Estate Planning

How Does a Revocable Living Trust Work?

In our East Valley estate planning practice at Peterson Law Offices, clients often ask about how a revocable living trust works and also wonder if they need one. There isn’t a simple answer to those questions. Every estate plan is carefully designed to the individual client’s family and financial situation. A revocable living trust is a… Read More
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Categories: Estate Planning, Trusts
Last Will and Testament Document

What Happens If You Die Without a Will?

If you die without a valid will or trust — referred to as dying intestate — Arizona laws make all your decisions for you. That includes determining who gets your money and property. The laws also decide who can make your funeral and burial decisions and arrangements. In addition, absent a will that gives your directions about what happens aft… Read More
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Categories: Estate Planning

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