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Attorney Caleb Lihn Recognized as AZ Business Leader in Elder Law
Attorney Caleb Lihn Recognized as AZ Business Leader in Elder Law

At Thies & Lihn, PLLC, we’ve made it our mission to provide outstanding client service and compassionate, dedicated counsel to those who need it most. This year, we’re pleased to announce that our founding elder law attorney Caleb Lihn is recognized as an AZ Business Leader ...

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  • Attorney Caleb Lihn Recognized as AZ Business Leader in Elder Law
    Attorney Caleb Lihn Recognized as AZ Business Leader in Elder Law

    At Thies & Lihn, PLLC, we’ve made it our mission to provide outstanding client service and compassionate, dedicated counsel to those who need it most. This year, we’re pleased to announce that our ...

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  • Check the Pulse of Your Estate Plan
    Check the Pulse of Your Estate Plan

    Do you have an estate plan to prepare for your future, your estate, and your loved ones? Nobody likes to think about what will happen after they’re gone, but the truth is if you don’t take the time to ...

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  • Estate Planning: Financial Gifts for Grandchildren
    Estate Planning: Financial Gifts for Grandchildren

    You spent your whole life working hard and building your financial legacy. As you survey the fruits of your labor and look toward the future, you may want to make sure it will one day fall into the ...

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  • How to Do Your Own Estate Planning
    How to Do Your Own Estate Planning

    Step 1: Don’t. When it comes to determining how your hard-earned assets and property will be divided upon your death, don’t leave it to chance. (For the record, attempting to do your own estate ...

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  • Can I Include Pets in My Will?
    Can I Include Pets in My Will?

    For many people, pets are part of the family. People who have been pet parents for years often wonder what will happen to their furry loved ones in the event they can no longer care for them. If you ...

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  • Do College Students Need Estate Plans?
    Do College Students Need Estate Plans?

    If your child has recently turned 18, beware that you no longer have the same parental rights you once did. When your child becomes a legal adult, parents are not necessarily entitled to reclaim ...

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