Brian Longenbaugh

Brian is a native Tucsonan and graduate of the University of Arizona, where he earned his B.A. in Psychology in 1994. After working for a short time in the mental health care field here in Tucson, he went on to study at Seattle University School of Law.He is a member of several professional organizations, including the Arizona Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Southern Arizona Estate Planning Council, the Trust/Probate and Elder Law/Mental Health Sections of the State Bar of Arizona.

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Ten Tips You Should Know About Wealth Transfer

Looking for estate planning help in Arizona? If you’ve amassed significant wealth or belongings over your life, having a clearly-developed plan that considers taxes and individual desires can help you successfully pass things on. Our estate planning lawyers in AZ are equipped with the background knowledge, experience, and resources to help you craft the right …

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How To Keep Your Estate out of the Hands of Your Creditors

Keeping Estate from Creditors Throughout your life, you’ve worked hard to save money, spend responsibly, and even leave a little (or a lot) to your family when you’re gone. It makes sense that you would not want to see it frittered away on things that would probably make you roll over in the grave. There …

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Joint Ownership of Bank Accounts at Death

An elderly parent who is a widow/widower frequently believes the children will live in a harmonious, caring and sharing relationship after the death of the parent.  While this may prove accurate, it frequently is an unrealistic fantasy and there is no guaranty the parent’s expectations will be met.  Attempting to explain this to a parent …

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Important Considerations When Using Senior Placement Services

For seniors and their families confronted with finding an appropriate place for the senior to live, referral/placement services can be an invaluable resource. These referral/placement services are like personal shoppers, who help their clients sort through all the issues involved in finding the right placement.  They will assess the social and physical needs of the …

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