Do you live in another state but need probate or probate litigation legal services in Arizona? Only an attorney licensed to practice law in Arizona can handle the case.
At the law firm of Gorman & Jones, PLC, with offices throughout the Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Sun City areas, we have handled numerous probate-related legal challenges for out-of-state residents. We can help if:
Do you think issues relating to competency or undue influence resulted in an unfair or illegal change to a will or trust in Arizona? We have handled hundreds of disputes regarding estates, inheritance and probate in Arizona, including numerous cases involving out-of-state parties.
We can meet with you to learn about your concerns, counsel you as to your options and work to resolve your dispute through mediation, arbitration or litigation. Unlike probate lawyers who only handle estate planning or other transactional work, we are in court every week regarding will, trust and powers-of-attorney disputes, and have successfully resolved dozens of disputes on behalf of clients.
We can also handle the probate process for you following the loss of a loved one. We can work effectively to minimize costs and complete the entire probate process, and can sometimes complete the process without requiring our client to travel to Arizona from another state.
Contact attorneys Andrew P. Gorman and Matthew Mark Jones of Gorman & Jones, PLC for a free initial consultation regarding out-of-state representation in Arizona. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover and are available for weekday and evening appointments. To contact us, call 623-974-5585.
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