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Arizona estate planning attorney Allison L. Kierman provides the below information, updates and resources for clients. If you have any questions regarding this information, would like Allison to speak before your organization or at your office, or would like Allison to write an article for your newsletter, paper, or magazine please contact us.

August 01, 2018

Women’s Leadership Institute of the Jewish Learning Center

Allison begins her role as a mentee in Cohort 4 for the Women’s Leadership Institute of the Jewish Learning Center.

June 04, 2018

Managing Rights and Risks for College-Aged Children

Once a child reaches the age of 18, parents lose certain rights to their healthcare information but continue to be responsible for certain of their financial choices, accidents, and liabilities. …

June 01, 2018

Women’s Leadership Institute of the Jewish Learning Center

Allison is recognized in Arizona Jewish Life for her involvement with the Women’s Leadership Institute of the Jewish Learning Center.

May 17, 2018

Congregation Beth Israel Board of Directors

Allison is voted in as a Member of the Board of Directors of Congregation Beth Israel.

April 01, 2018

W Source Scottsdale and Arcadia

Allison is selected as a member of the W Source Scottsdale and Arcadia.

January 01, 2018

Know Phoenix 2018

Allison is named by Know Phoenix as one of the 100 women you should know and do business with in the Valley.

November 01, 2017

Estate Planning and the Mitzvah of Organ Donation

Many think about estate planning as a way to shore up their financial life, protect their family and preserve their legacy through philanthropic charitable giving. Estate planning should also include …

September 05, 2017

Selecting a Guardian for Your Minor Children

According to a recent survey, only 36% of U.S. parents with minor children have a will. This means that 64% of children do not have a legal guardian selected for …

August 02, 2017

Talking to Your Family About Estate Planning, Aging, and Illness

All too often, clients learn about their deceased parent’s relationship with another person only after receiving a copy of that parent’s will. Others find themselves embroiled in probate litigation trying …

June 27, 2017

Are You Authorized to Help Your College-Aged Child in a Medical Emergency?

If your child is over 18 years old, you may no longer have the right to receive medical information about your child, or make decisions in the event of a …