Trusts & Estates

Experienced Arizona Trusts & Estates Lawyers

Team of expert Arizona estate planning lawyers at Gunderson Law Group

Trusts and Estates law can involve a variety of legal issues, including each of the following:

The attorneys at the Gunderson Law Group, P.C. are experienced in the each of these practice areas. If you have questions or would like to set up a consultation with one of our attorneys, contact us.

480-750-7337
[email protected]

What Type Of Trust Do I Need?

Trust can help you in safeguarding your assets and arranging for their use according to your wishes, both while you are alive and after. To properly determine the best vehicle for your assets, it is necessary to consult with an experienced trust lawyer and see if the legal protections offered by the trust are suitable for your specific needs. You might consider a revocable trust or an irrevocable trust, an asset protection trust, a charitable trust, a special needs trust or one of several other types of trusts which may be needed to safely manage your assets, arrange for transfers of wealth and direct any funds be used in accordance with your wishes in the event of your death.

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Arizona Estate Planning Attorneys

A well-designed Estate Plan will allow you to enjoy your property while you are alive and well. It should also include a clear plan that ensures you and your loved ones are taken care of in the event that you are no longer capable of managing your own affairs. Ideally, your plan will allow you to give what property you want, to whom you want, when you want, and in the way that you want. The attorneys at the Gunderson Law Group are available to provide assistance in this type of comprehensive Estate Planning. Learn more about our estate planning legal services.

Arizona Location

1839 S Alma School Rd #275
Mesa, AZ 85210
Office: (480) 750-7337
Email: [email protected]

Nevada Location

3960 Howard Hughes Parkway #500-A
Las Vegas, NV 89169
Office: 702-990-3515
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