Kenneth C. Barney

Kenneth C. Barney

Rowley Chapman & Barney, Ltd.

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My Loved One Died and Nominated Me as Trustee – What do I do Now? #EstatePlanningAttorney

A very common scenario plays out time and time again: A parent or loved one, years ago, planning ahead (which in and of its self, is something almost 70% of American’s do not do), created a Revocable Living Trust. The Trust...more

4/28/2014 - Estate Planning

Combating Financial Abuse of Elderly in Mesa

Over the course of the last century, the number of U.S. residents over the age of 65 has increased 11-fold, and according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median age of our population is expected to continue to rise....more

4/11/2014 - Asset Protection Conservators Elder Abuse Estate Planning Revocable Trusts

Estate Planning Lawyer: A Will Makes Your Passing Easier on Heirs

A frustrated son recently wrote into a well-known advice columnist, lamenting the fact that his father refused to create a trust based estate plan or even a will that would designate how his property and various businesses...more

4/11/2014 - Estate Planning

Should Avoiding Probate Be Your First Priority in Arizona Estate Planning?

Our Arizona probate attorneys realize that probate is a term that may bring with it fear into the hearts of many family members. Usually, it is because of horror stories they have heard or even experienced themselves with a...more

7/30/2013 - Estate Planning Probate

Proof of Authority: How an Out of State Executor Conducts Estate Business in Arizona

As Arizona probate attorneys we receive many phone calls from family members, personal representatives, and beneficiaries who do not live in the State of Arizona, but a deceased loved one died here. We are able and willing to...more

7/23/2013 - Estate Planning Estate Tax Executors Probate Trusts

The Season of Giving: The “Fiscal Cliff” Coming to the Estate and Gift Tax Laws #EstatePlanningAttorney

The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 (“2010 Act”), was signed into law by President Obama on December 17, 2010. This Act provided a two year fix to the existing estate and gift...more

12/10/2012 - 3.8% Medicare Tax Bush-Era Tax Cuts Estate Planning Estate Tax Fiscal Cliff Gift-Tax Exemption Tax Exemptions Tax Relief Act of 2010

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