What's a Will For?
A Last Will and Testament is the way to designate the distribution of assets after we die. If no Will exists, assets are distributed in accordance with the Arizona Revised Statutes.
Under A.R.S. §14-2101, if a person is married, all of the assets go to the person's current spouse unless the person had children who are not
Living, Willing and Trusting
One of the difficulties in understanding the legal necessities for estate planning is that the documents all seem to have similar names and the names are not self evident in their meaning. Three of the basic documents of estate planning are the Will, the living trust and the living will.
The Last Will and Testament