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 Estate Planning

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 Estate Planning | Business Law | Intellectual Property

We realize that what we do matters. Not just to you, but to future generations. And that’s why we are committed to providing the most elevated experience possible to individuals, families, and entrepreneurs, so you can preserve your legacy or protect your brand - now and in the future.

Full-service Estate Planning

Putting your affairs in order is the most loving and selfless act you can do for your family. And the peace of mind you’ll get from the experience means it’s nothing short of self-care. 

Estate planning includes much more than the distribution of your property at your death. It includes planning for your physical care and management of your property in the event of your incapacity. Planning for incapacity includes powers of attorney for health care and finances and an advance directive. It may also include a revocable living trust. 

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Protect those you love, after you have passed


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The reason to have an estate plan is two-fold: 

Virtual Arizona Estate Planning

By simply completing our online interview form and then participating in virtual consultation(s) via video call or by phone and email, we ensure you get the documents you need completed and sent to you with signing instructions and use of our mobile notary.

Investments Starting At $1,597 | Multiple Plans Available

Investments Starting At $1,597 Multiple Plans Available

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What’s In an Estate Plan?

Last Will and Testament

This is the document that explains when and how your named beneficiaries will inherit your property and assets (and if you have minor children, it is a good place to nominate potential guardians of your minor children) but it is only one part of your comprehensive estate plan.

Because it only relates to your death, a last will and testament does not help manage your affairs if you become incapacitated, whether by illness or injury.

There are many different kinds of trusts, but they are all legal entities with at least three parties involved: the trust-maker, the trustee (trust manager), and the trust beneficiary. Unlike wills, trusts can help you avoid probate court, which is a court process that assures your creditors are still paid in the event of your death. Certain trusts also may result in tax advantages both for the trust-maker and the beneficiary. 

Trusts

Revocable Living Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, Testamentary Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, etc.

A power of attorney is a legal document giving another person the legal right to do certain things (specified in the document) for you, and the power of attorney can be as broad or limited as you choose. This document terminates upon your death.

Powers of Attorney

An advance directive is a document that specifies the type of medical and personal care you would want and specifies who will make and communicate decisions for you should you lose the ability to do so yourself. 

An advance directive is a document that specifies the type of medical and personal care you would want

and specifies who will make and communicate decisions for you should you lose the ability to do so yourself. 

Health Care Documents (or Advance Directives)

By simply completing our online interview form and then
participating in virtual consultation(s) via video call or by phone and
email, we ensure you get the documents you need completed and
sent to you with signing instructions and use of our mobile notary.

Protect yourself, while you are living 
Protect those you love, after you have passed


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Full-service Business
Law Services 

Over the years, we’ve worked with all kinds of business, both new and well-established, small and large. And the first thing we’ll do is take the time to get to know you, your business, and your intentions. Then we’ll counsel you on the legal protections you need in place.  

Whether you are starting a business, covering day-to-day business operations with contracts and disclosures, or protecting your business property with copyrights and trademarks, we’re here to give you mindful solutions for all your legal needs. We’ll help you do everything from drafting contracts that will stand up in court to helping you form an LLC for your startup. So you don’t have to deal with the headaches - now or in the future. 

Serving Brands Based in Arizona 

Virtual Business
Law Services

We make it easy. In our virtual consultation(s) via video call
or by phone and email, we’ll give you the legal advice your
business needs. Then we’ll ensure you get your documents
completed and sent to you with signing instructions.
(And we’ll even send over our mobile notary - if needed!)

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We make it easy. In our virtual consultation(s) via video call or by phone and email, we’ll give you the legal advice your business needs. Then we’ll ensure you get your documents completed and sent to you with signing instructions. (And we’ll even send over our mobile notary - if needed!)

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For Brands Throughout the U.S.

National Trademark Registrations

A trademark is generally a word, phrase, symbol, or design that people use to identify your brand. Think of your business name or your logo. Now imagine if another business started using the same name or logo as you. Then think of the possibilities for what can go wrong. 

As an entrepreneur, you know you believe in protecting your business name. But perhaps, you think that trademarking….well, it’s kind of a big deal. And you’re right. It absolutely is. Trademarking means making a commitment to your business. It means you commit to taking it seriously. You commit to protecting your brand name, logo, or slogan (and the fruits of your talents) from infringement. You are in this for the long haul.

We promise that commitment doesn’t have to be scary. Instead it can be exhilarating. It can be empowering. It can be a powerful first step toward owning your brand. (Because FYI - without a trademark, you have zero rights to your brand.) Oh, and like any worthwhile commitment, it can also be complicated. 

We’ll help you determine whether your chosen trademark can be legally protected. Then we’ll work to eliminate and prevent the errors that trademark DIYers often face. 

“I have an LLC. Is that good enough?” 

An LLC or corporation will protect your business name in your state. It means no other business will be able to form an LLC or corporation with the same name in that state. But there’s nothing to stop a business that operates as a sole proprietorship or partnership from using your name in the state. They just can’t register as an LLC or corporation.

However, if you plan on servicing clients nationwide or you’re concerned someone will use your business name, the key is protection at the federal level with trademark registration. 

Other Intellectual Property Protections

Different types of intellectual property require trademarks, copyrights, and patents. 

A trademark protects your brand name and logo

A copyright protects an original work - like that online course you created

A patent protects your invented product.


A trademark protects your brand name and logo

A copyright protects an original work - like that online course you created

A patent protects your invented product.


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If you’re wanting to copyright something you’ve written or designed or patent a product you’ve created, we’re here to help you circumvent the common frustrations of these processes and protect your hard work.