Many times when clients create a trust, they ask how the trust creates so much protection for their estate. Protection is established through statute and enforced in the probate courts, through a process where the court enforces trust provisions or estate plans when things go wrong. Probate courts also supervise the administration of estates where no planning has been done, in accordance with Arizona state statute.
At Steven M. Jackson Law Group we assist in the probate process when there is no plan and help trustees and beneficiaries ensure that previously created plans are administered in a way that honors the wishes of the deceased. If you aren’t sure whether a plan is being properly carried out, or need resolution for estate where there is no plan, we can help.