Executing an estate plan is a good decision for those who wish to protect their assets and provide for their loved ones. There are no requirements for what exact documents you must include in your plan. In fact, the process of planning an estate may range from highly complex to simple. You can customize your plan to fit your own needs and ultimate goals regarding numerous issues, including your own medical care, financial decisions, special needs for a child or grandchild, property, inheritance or business issues.
There are many documents that can help you accomplish your estate planning goals. Before you plan your estate, it helps to learn more about such documents so you can choose the ones that serve the best purpose in your particular circumstances. Arizona, like all other states, has estate and probate regulations. It's always a good idea to seek clarification of any laws or rules that may affect your estate planning decisions.