Both estate planning and probate law involve many decades of accumulated property, ownership and ownership-transfer laws. When you seek to 1) outline your wishes regarding the distribution or protection of your estate through a will, trust or other legal tool, 2) expedite the probate process, or 3) contest a will or trust, your attorney’s legal knowledge can make the difference between success and failure.
At the Phoenix law firm of Gorman & Jones, PLC our team of attorneys is highly skilled and knowledgeable in all aspects of will, trust, estate, probate and elder law. Our credentials, experience and legal involvement include:
When you call or arrive at your meeting with Gorman & Jones, PLC you will speak with firm attorney Andrew P. Gorman or Matthew Mark Jones. And when, you meet with us, you will receive answers and counsel drawn directly from hundreds of cases and almost two decades of focused probate and estate planning legal work. Additionally, when it is necessary, we work with certified estate planners, financial advisors, elder care planners, certified public accounts and other experts to ensure your needs are fully addressed.
If you have questions about estate planning or probate law, contact an attorney who is here to help you on each step of your journey. We provide free initial consultations and accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover. We are available for weekday and evening appointments, and operate five Arizona offices for your convenience. To contact us, call 623-974-5585.
Gorman & Jones, PLC
10101 West Bell Rd. #101
Sun City, AZ 85351-1188
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