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Why You Need the Best When it Comes to Estate Planning

At Marziale Law, we understand that estate planning is a personal matter. The term “family” is a word that can mean various things to different individuals. From the traditional family to the non-traditional family, from a family without children to those with children (biological, step-children, or adopted children), not all families fall under the same cookie-cutter arrangement that the law seems to cover or protect.

That is why creating a custom estate plan with an experienced estate planning attorney can be one of the most important things you do for yourself and your loved ones. At Marziale Law, we will take the time to listen to your specific objectives and make sure that your family will be protected regardless of whether your loved ones fall within the traditional definition of family or not.

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Whether you need a new trust, changes to a will, or are assistance with probate, you can rely on our personal approach and experience. We have encountered a large variety of unique financial circumstances that range from individuals with modest backgrounds to the ultra-affluent (and everyone in-between). Although we haven’t come across every situation, it is rare that we have not encountered a situation that is at least similar in some way or another to something we have done in the past. We understand that experience matters when preparing legal solutions and we make sure that we stay current with the most up to date strategies used in Arizona and throughout the United States to make sure your personal and financial affairs are in order and your loved ones are protected.


Used to formally declare who you want to receive your estate and assets after your death. The creation of a Last Will and Testament is the corner stone of the estate planning process and a must have for every individual.

Power Of Attorney

Allows you the option to choose an individual who can handle your personal, financial, and business affairs in the event that you are incapacitated or otherwise unable to handle those affairs.


A trust ensures that assets are distributed in the manner pre-determined by you while keeping them out of probate court.


Probate is the legal process of settling remaining debts and taxes after death and then distributing the remaining property and assets as the will indicates.

Healthcare POA

Allows you to choose an individual who can handle your health care decisions in the event that you are in an accident or are unable to make your own health care decisions, this also includes a HIPAA waiver.

Living Wills

Also known as an Advanced Health Care Directive, a living will provides clear pre-determined directions to a hospital of medical care you would like to receive, or not receive, in the event you are no longer able to make those decisions.

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