Practice Areas

Estate Planning and Administration.

Mesa, Arizona, Law Firm

At Knollmiller & Arenofsky, LLP, we know that every individual or family has different estate planning needs. Today’s society, with couples and individuals living longer, blended families, domestic partners, and later child-rearing patterns, has added a complexity to our social fabric that makes estate planning essential. Our estate plans reflect the individuality of our clients and are tailored to the specific needs of the person, family, or couple. Nevertheless, we have found that there are components of every estate plan, listed below, that can be adapted to the special needs of each client. For more information about our approach to estate planning, contact our Mesa, Arizona, estate planning lawyers.

  • Estate Planning. Wills and Trusts Fundamental estate planning includes a trust or a will, a durable power of attorney over assets, a special power of attorney for health care, a living will and various types of trusts.
  • Trust, Probate, and Estate Administration. We probate the will or assist with the administration of the trust, assist the personal representative or trustee, transfer assets to beneficiaries, prepare tax returns, and advise executor/trustee on their duties.
  • IRA and Retirement Planning. We advise clients about IRA beneficiaries, early withdrawal of retirement plans, and qualified retirement plans in estate planning.
  • Inheritance Issues. We advise clients with concerns about passing assets to the next generation.
  • Estate Tax Issues. Our firm is uniquely qualified to advise on estate planning issues because of James Knollmiller’s dual specialties in Trust and Estate and Tax Law.
  • Complex Estate Planning. We advise clients with significant assets about tax saving methods, IRAs and other retirement assets, and business and real estate holdings.
  • Family Agreements. We draft pre-nuptial agreements and other agreements between family members.
  • Business Organizations. Our attorneys help select the right business entity, such as an LLC, a Corporation, or a PC, and advise new businesses on compliance and employment matters.
  • Business Transactions. We draft contracts, develop buy-sell agreements, and advise on the purchase or sale of real estate and other assets for small and medium-sized businesses.

Contact our Mesa, Arizona, estate planning and administration law firm to schedule a consultation.

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