The SECURE Act of 2019

The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act of 2019, was signed into law on December 20, 2019 as part of a larger Public Law. It provide benefits for both individuals and employers and should be taken into … Read More

Stuck at Home – Review Your Estate Plan

The Coronavirus and resulting stay at home order leaves many of us with time on our hands and attorney Richard Agins says this is the prefect time to update all important estate planning documents, especially your health care documents. Let’s … Read More

COVID-19

Let’s face it, the randomness of COVID-19 cases is frightening. People are falling victim every day, regardless of age or financial status. So, Arizona estate planning attorney Richard Agins says there are some documents you should have in place, especially … Read More

Bankruptcy

If you’re a student of history, you know that the Constitution gives Congress the power “to establish… uniform laws on the subject of bankruptcies throughout the United States.” It is often said that bankruptcy gives the honest but unfortunate debtor … Read More

Succession Planning

Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail. You’ve heard it before. But in these unprecedented times of global pandemic and turbulent economy, having a succession plan for your business is more important than ever. Whether you become ill, incapacitated or … Read More

Business Law Attorneys

Have you started up your business relying on a handshake or a “Create-it-Yourself” contract? You’ve heard the expression “penny-wise and pound foolish,” right? Richard Agins wants you to know hiring an experienced East Valley business law firm at the start … Read More

Divorce and Estate Planning

If you are dealing with a divorce, your estate plan may not be top of mind, but it certainly should be. Generally speaking, you don’t want a soon-to-be former-spouse to be in a position of authority over your health or … Read More