Legal Question in Appeals and Writs in Arizona

Does a probated will take legal standing over a trust that was notarized several years prior? Thank you

Asked on 4/26/12, 8:16 pm

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Joyce Johnson-Stovall Johnson Stovall and Associates PLLC
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Generally when you have a will and a trust, the will is a pour over will. The will and trust often address different aspects of the assets of the person who passed away. In order to be more helpful it would be necessary for us to review the will and the trust to help explain what is going on. If you would like us to review the documents and discuss this with you, do not hesitate to call Stephanie Coulter 602 462 1004) of our office to arrange a convenient time to call you

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Answered on 4/26/12, 10:22 pm

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