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An estate planning and probate practice in Arizona requires the practitioner to understand a wide range of legal issues, from lifetime planning, to administration of trusts and estates after death, to litigation. The purpose of the Arizona Estate Planning and Probate Handbook is to guide the practitioner through the key areas and issues they may face on a day-to-day basis. The main topics covered in the book are: Fundamental matters of planning and practicing Healthcare and end of life decisions Intestate succession and wills Probate of wills and estate administration for domestic and foreign personal representatives Guardianships, conservatorships, and powers of attorney Non-probate transfer issues Disclaimers Abuse, neglect or exploitation of vulnerable adults Arizona Trust Code Each topic is presented by covering the relevant statutes, court rules, and caselaw. Analysis of these sources is also provided. In addition, the handbook contains forms and practice points to give the practitioner practical tools to use to advance his or her client's case.