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  • Caring for Your Aging Parent
    Caring for Your Aging Parent

    As our parents age, we understand that there will be a time when they will need our help caring for them in their old age. When this happens, the family of adult children has the responsibility of ...

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  • Thies & Lihn, LLC Partner Caleb Lihn
    Thies & Lihn, LLC Partner Caleb Lihn

    Thies & Lihn, LLC partner Caleb Lihn was selected, by his colleagues to serve as a Member and Director on the Executive Council of the State Bar of Arizona Elder Law, Special Needs Planning, and ...

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  • Contesting a Will in Arizona
    Contesting a Will in Arizona

    Do you believe you have reason to dispute a deceased person’s will? You may bring the case to Court to contest the contents of the will. Arizona laws allow for several legal scenarios which may ...

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  • Who Is Responsible for Handling Probate?
    Who Is Responsible for Handling Probate?

    When a case goes into probate, typically the executor of the estate will oversee all aspects of the probate process. The executor is in charge of ensuring all of the wishes of the deceased person are ...

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  • The Laws of Intestate Succession in Arizona
    The Laws of Intestate Succession in Arizona

    At Thies & Lihn, PLLC, we cannot stress enough the importance of having a will to protect your assets. While the thought of a loved one’s death may be difficult, having a will prepared can ensure that ...

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  • Caleb Lihn and MoniQue Simpson Appointed Judges Pro Tempore by Maricopa County Superior Court
    Caleb Lihn and MoniQue Simpson Appointed Judges Pro Tempore by Maricopa County Superior Court

    Our partners, Caleb Lihn , was recently appointed, by the Maricopa County Superior Court, as Judges Pro Tempore, for the 2015-2016 judicial calendar. Judges Pro Tempore are volunteer, pro bono judges ...

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