Mesa, Arizona (PRWEB) September 07, 2017
Arizona Probate Now is pleased to announce the official launch of their new online resource center ArizonaProbateNow.com. The resource center is dedicated to assisting families going through probate and provides them with helpful information and resources to assist them through the process.
The new website will serve as a one-stop resource center for anyone facing probate or planning ahead for probate. Arizona Probate Now is committed to providing individuals and families with relevant information and legal statutes governing the probate process in Arizona and connect them with an experienced probate attorney in their area.
The mission of Arizona Probate Now is to take an inherently difficult situation, and provide valuable, accurate information to help others more easily navigate the probate process. With this as the central focus, the Arizona Probate Now team compiled a thorough and exhaustive site focused on the ins-and-outs of Arizona probate law.
Created with the user in mind, the easily navigable site will provide valuable information on all aspects of Arizona probate. An additional benefit the site provides is the direct access to Arizona probate attorneys for a free phone assessment for their individual situation. The site will also eventually include an interactive section in which users can input questions that will be addressed by the Arizona Probate Now team and continue to grow the useful content provided on the site.
“People fail to realize that the more often than not, property owned by a decedent in Arizona must go through the probate process before being distributed to beneficiaries. After suffering through the process on our own, we decided to create a resource that will help guide others through this process and hopefully make an already difficult time, a little easier. We are here to help you every step of the way,” said the Arizona Probate Now team.
Arizona Probate Now strives to connect families with the information and professionals that can help relieve the burden of probate. For more information on their resource center and offerings, please visit ArizonaProbateNow.com.