Maintain Your

financial independence

Estate planning is about protecting what matters most to you in the event you pass on or become incapacitated. For many, this means providing appropriately for their family, their autonomy, and the financial foundation they worked so hard to achieve.

Protect Your

Loved Ones

Have a family member with special needs? Want to protect your assets? Trusts are designed to have separate legal identities from the grantor, the trustee, and the beneficiary, they offer more flexible ways of managing, distributing, and protecting your family’s assets than a will can accomplish alone.


Marcus Seiter

For more than 20 years, I’ve helped my clients formulate solid plans to preserve their legacies. As a graduate of ASU and Arizona Summit Law School (summa cum laude), as well as a former US Marine Corp Reservist, I am proud to serve the East Valley and beyond as a small business owner who is active in our local community.

It's Time to Make a Plan


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Estate Planning

Starts at 18

When your graduate crosses the stage this month, they will take their financial and financial reigns from you just as they take their diploma. We look at some options for parents to utilize that encourage responsible spending and planning, while allowing you to assist your child with medical and financial matters should they become incapacitated.

Safeguard Your

Healthcare Choices

Choose someone you trust to direct and make medical decisions for you when you are unable to do so yourself with a Medical Power of Attorney. In Arizona, we also strongly recommend a Living Will, which details your medical treatment choices in certain situations.

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