Estate and Business Succession Planning

There are certain steps every individual over the age of 18 should take in order to simplify the legal and financial difficulties inherent to some of life’s greatest challenges, such as divorce, disability, or death. Without a proper estate plan, your ability to make important decisions regarding your loved one’s medical, financial or legal options may be severely impaired, or possibly eliminated.  A proper estate plan provides peace of mind that your family’s financial future is established and secure.  Establishing an estate plan allows you to articulate your “final teachings” to your family, define who will make critical decisions for you and the well-being or your loved ones, and empower you to leave a legacy for future generations.Our Arizona estate, special needs, and business planning attorneys are dedicated to making sure that the individuals, assets and decisions which are most important to you, are protected, secure and planned for.  It is our primary goal to meet our client’s individual needs, through effective estate planning methods and exceptional client service.  We have expertise in a wide range of estate planning and asset protection areas including, but not limited to:

  • Traditional Estate Planning
  • Business Succession Planning
  • Special Needs Planning
  • Asset Protection
  • Charitable Planning

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Logan Elia, Rose Law Group partner and litigation attorney, explains why new Scottsdale short-term rental ordinance may run afoul of state law

By Adriana Loya | 12 News A new Scottsdale ordinance is set to make sure short-term and vacation rental owners are held accountable for what happens at their properties. Scottsdale’s city council unanimously approved updates to local ordinances that will require vacation and short-term rental property owners to provide an emergency contact to the city and increase monetary penalties. The

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Gilbert OKs homes near Finley Farms

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Vasari Asset Management.) By Cecilia Chan | Gilbert Sun Some Finley Farms homeowners are unhappy with having new neighbors they claim will add traffic and eliminate their backyard privacy. Town Council last Tuesday unanimously approved a minor General Plan amendment and a rezone for Cottage Lane, an infill project of 21 two-story homes on 3.54

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