Estate Planning, Probate & Guardianship

It is never too early or too late to make plans to protect your family and business assets.

Overview

The estate planning practice at Margrave Celmins has grown naturally out of our work with closely held companies and family businesses. While it’s easy to see how estate planning can help avoid disputes and confusion when a business principal dies or becomes incapacitated, we work with families with a wide range of estate planning needs and objectives.

Our firm will work closely with you to develop an estate plan to protect your children’s inheritances and reduce estate taxes, as well as the management of your assets during your lifetime.

Our firm provides a wide range of services from simple wills to complex trusts designed to facilitate the transfer of assets with certainty and control while utilizing available tax benefits.

Areas of Focus

Click any of the focal areas listed below to learn more about our specific legal services.

Our Estate Planners

Michael W. Margrave

Laura Morrison Trujillo

Contact Our Team

Margrave Celmins P.C.

8171 E. Indian Bend Road Suite 101
Scottsdale, AZ 85250

(480) 994-2000

(480) 994-2008

Margrave Celmins

Margrave Celmins P.C. |  8171 E. Indian Bend Road Suite 101 | Scottsdale, AZ 85250 | (480) 994-2000

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