Will & Trust Lawyers in Northern Arizona

If you passed away today, do you know who would receive your assets? Who would take the lead in the probate process? How would your debts be settled? If you don’t have the answers to these important questions, you should reach out to us today to start creating a plan.

At The 928 Law Firm, we have extensive experience guiding individuals and families through the difficulties of estate planning and probate. Schedule a free consultation with our legal team to discuss your options in Flagstaff or Page, Arizona. We represent clients in the surrounding areas, including Williams, Kingman, Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Winslow, and Holbrook, as well as the Navajo and Hopi reservations.

What is Estate Planning?

Estate planning is the process of creating a plan for the future of your estate. The legal documents that make up your estate plan will allow you to outline how your assets will be distributed once you’ve passed away.

Key Estate Planning Documents

A comprehensive estate plan will include a range of legal documents, including wills, trusts, advanced directives, and more. Depending on your specific circumstances, you may want to consider including these aspects in your personal estate plan.


A last will and testament is perhaps the most common estate planning document. When you create a will, you will have the opportunity to name an executor. This is the person who will be responsible for distributing your assets and fulfilling your final wishes after you have passed away. In addition, you can use your will to specify who should receive your assets, who will act as guardian of your minor children, and more.

If you experience significant life changes, you should update your will to ensure it reflects your current situation and your wishes.

If you choose only to include a will in your estate plan, your loved ones will still likely have to endure the probate process after your death.


If your ultimate goal is to help your family members avoid probate, consider establishing trusts. A trust is a legal entity that owns the assets you place into it. Upon your death, those assets will be distributed to the intended beneficiaries without the need for probate.

There are many different types of trusts that you can create, including living trusts, special needs trusts, revocable trusts, and irrevocable trusts. Reach out to our legal team today to discuss which type of trust is right for you.



Powers of Attorney

Should you become incapacitated, you deserve to have someone you trust making important decisions on your behalf. By establishing powers of attorney, you can ensure that you will be well taken care of.

Healthcare power of attorney allows you to name the person whom you would like to be in charge of your healthcare in the event that you become terminally ill or otherwise unable to communicate. This individual will strive to follow your wishes regarding issues like life support, life-sustaining medical intervention, and more.

Financial power of attorney gives you the chance to determine whom you want to make financial decisions on your behalf in the event that you become incapacitated. From bill-paying to investment decisions, the person you name will have the power to act in your best interests regarding financial matters.

Navigating the Probate Process

After the death of a loved one, you deserve the chance to focus solely on healing and moving forward. Unfortunately, the probate process must be completed, and it can impact your ability to grieve. As you attempt to administer the decedent’s estate, allow us to stand by your side from start to finish. We’ll provide open communication, straightforward guidance, and support when you need it most.

Whether you’re in need of help while navigating probate or you’d like to learn how you can help your loved ones avoid probate in the future, reach out to us today.

If you would like learn more about the probate process, please read our legal blog: Probate in Arizona

Schedule a Free Consultation in Flagstaff

Start planning for your future today to make the estate administration process easier on the people who matter most. Schedule a free consultation with The 928 Law Firm in Flagstaff to discuss wills, trusts, advanced directives, probate, and more. We represent individuals and families in the surrounding areas of Arizona, including Page, Williams, Kingman, Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Winslow, and Holbrook, as well as the Navajo and Hopi reservations.


Estate planning is so much more than completing legal documents. It is a chance for you to communicate your final wishes to your loved ones. Let our attorneys give you that chance. Schedule a free consultation to discuss wills, trusts, advanced directives, and more in Flagstaff, Arizona, and beyond.