Taylor Law Offices, Mesa AZ

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Should I Have a Will? Or a Trust?

No Estate Plan Is
Right for Everyone

Wills and Probate: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Power of Attorney in Arizona

The Arizona Trust Code

What Are the Duties of a
Personal Representative?

Guarding Against Guardianship

Preventing Elder Abuse

When a Loved One Dies:
Eight Important Steps



A Simple, Caring Approach to Important Legal Issues

Since the late 1980s, Mesa, Arizona, estate planning attorney Wilford L. Taylor has given comfort and confidence to hundreds of East Valley families through his knowledgeable and personalized service in the areas of wills, trusts, probate, guardianship, conservatorship and elder law. From their convenient East Mesa law offices, Wilford Taylor and his associate (and son), Brian C. Taylor, serve and provide fee-certainty to clients in Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe and throughout the Phoenix area.

Estate Planning: Wills and Trusts

There is no substitute for the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your affairs are in order, with the support and guidance of an experienced estate planning lawyer.

Long-time Arizonans and newly relocated residents appreciate our attorneys' gentle and patient manner, the ability to simplify often complex legal and planning principles, and their devotion to helping you understand your estate planning options so that you can select the course of action that best fits with your objectives and your family and financial situations.

Guardianship, Conservatorship and Probate

Wilford Taylor has more than 20 years of legal experience in helping families plan for and deal with the painful issues associated with aging, decision-making, management of financial assets and other property, life care, death, and distribution of decedents' estates.

Wilford Taylor and Brian Taylor help parents and their adult children understand the legal and practical issues associated with guardianship, conservatorship and probate, and they can advise guardians, conservators, personal representatives (also known as "executors") and trustees on how to carry out their legal responsibilities.



Taylor Law Offices
7233 E. Baseline Rd., Suite 117
Mesa, Arizona 85209