When ‘I do’ becomes “I don’t,” the Arizona collaborative process takes no-fault divorce to a better place.
A power of attorney (POA) can help you prepare for the unexpected. Learn more about the types of POAs, who they help, and what to consider before signing.
A power of attorney for health care allows someone to uphold your desires and make decisions in unforeseen circumstances for your care.
A living will protects you and your family by letting you make the end of life decisions now. It gives voice to your wishes in case you cannot do so later.
Prepare for the unthinkable by choosing a guardian for your children. Avoiding the tough conversation leaves them unprotected, which is why it’s crucial to start thinking about the decision today.