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Estate planning still required if the death tax dies

The current tax reform proposals under consideration in Congress call for the demise of the federal estate tax, which was also nicknamed as the death tax. Part of the reasoning for ending this tax is that it will eliminate complicated estate planning. Nonetheless, a well-thought-out Arizona estate plan will still be necessary, even with the death of the estate tax.

Guardianship precautions

Arizona law provides for guardianships for those who cannot care for themselves or handle their day-to-day needs because of advanced age, illness or other incapacities. However, a recent case involving four people were charged with seven different felonies concerning guardianship vividly illustrates the need for proper planning and precautions for appointing a legal guardian and estate planning.

Arizona returns franchise case to Ohio

Arizona commercial or business law does not always govern businesses, such as out-of-state franchisees, who have contracts with businesses in this state. These entities may try to have their cases resolved in other jurisdictions, which may have laws more favorable to their case.

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