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Scottsdale Estate Planning

Phelps LaClair is a second-generation, local law firm that has been providing estate planning services to its clients for over 40 years. Estate planning is our focus, and this allows us to provide you with top-notch services at fees that are reasonable and predictable. Whether your estate is large or small, we will work with you to give you peace of mind about the future, which is the most important service we provide to all of our Scottsdale estate planning clients.

 

Why Do I Need Estate Planning in Scottsdale?

Many people believe that estate planning is necessary only for the wealthy or those with substantial assets. Actually, everyone can benefit from proper estate planning, no matter how large or small your estate. It’s all about protecting the ones you love.

Estate planning can be a highly complex process. But fortunately for you, our Scottsdale estate planning attorneys at Phelps LaClair will keep it simple for you. We will inform you of your options every step of the way to ensure your wishes are carried out, without the hassle of trying to do it yourself.

 

We’re open Monday through Friday from 8:30AM – 4:30PM

Give us a call at (480)892-2488

Why Choose Phelps LaClair?

We understand that there are many estate planning options in Scottsdale to choose from. Unlike other law firms, we believe in building lifetime relationships with each of our clients.

In our view, estate planning is much more about people than it is about documents. We have the legal expertise and experience that first-generation estate planning firms don’t have when it comes to preparing documents—but we also understand that a good estate plan is much more than that. We have worked with thousands of clients over the last 40 years in their most difficult times. We are here to ensure that your loved ones receive the legacy you want to leave them, without the stress that can come from a poorly designed estate plan.

We see you as more than a client. You are a partner in the entire process—which means we are committed to building and maintaining an ongoing relationship with you that is founded on integrity, compassion, and excellent service.

We offer comprehensive estate planning  services at our office in Scottsdale, including:

  • Living Trusts & Wills
  • Trust Administration
  • Probate
  • Special Needs Planning
  • Elder Law
  • Power of Attorney

We think our experience speaks for itself, but don’t just take our word for it. See what our clients have to say.

 

Give us a Call

We have four locations in the Phoenix area, including our Scottsdale office, conveniently located at the intersection of N Scottsdale Road and E Indian Bend Road. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with us.

Scottsdale Office

Phelps LaClair

7025 North Scottsdale Rd.
Suite 115
Scottsdale, AZ 85253

Phone: (480) 892-2488

Fax: (480) 892-1194

Hours: M-F 8:30A-4:30P

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