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Mesa Estate Planning
Phelps LaClair is a local law firm specializing in estate planning services for estates of all sizes. Our dedicated team has been helping families in and around Mesa, Arizona protect their assets with successful estate plans for over 40 years. We’ll work with you to create and manage an estate plan that works best for you and your family.
We’re open Monday through Friday from 8:30AM – 4:30PM
Whether or not you have a spouse or children, everyone needs an estate plan. If your estate is valued at $75,000 or more, your assets will be subject to probate after you pass away. The proper estate plan prevents your assets from going through probate and ensures that all of your medical wishes will be met in a worst-case scenario. Creating a will or trust also allows you to provide for the loved ones in your life after you are gone, including your pets.
Estate Planning Services in Mesa
At Phelps LaClair, we understand that estate planning is a complex and often emotional process. We offer a wide range of services to help you through important decisions. If you need to administer a family member’s estate or get your own affairs in order, our compassionate team can help.
Estate planning is for everyone, not just the wealthy. But no matter the size of your estate, it’s important to work with an experienced law firm like Phelps LaClair to ensure your documents are valid. While DIY estate planning may seem like the more cost-effective choice, it can end up costing your loved ones expensive court fees if there are any mistakes.
Free Estate Planning Consultation in Mesa, AZ
At Phelps LaClair, we focus solely on estate planning services—no litigation, divorces, or bankruptcies. We can help you pass on the family business, set up a special needs trust, minimize your estate tax liability, and much more. If you have any questions about estate planning or would like to schedule a free consultation at our Mesa office, please give us a call at 480-892-2488 today.
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