About Ferris, Thompson & Zweig, Ltd.

Arizona Estate Planning Attorneys

Since 1989, Ferris, Thompson & Zweig has helped clients with all types of probate issues and concerns. One of our attorneys, Michael Zweig, has the ability to locate missing heirs who are entitled to unclaimed property and assets. He was a captain in the US Army, and a Special Assistant US Attorney for two years. He has received such honors as an Army Accommodation Medal, and a Distinguished Service Award. His peers have given him a BV Distinguished® Martindale-Hubbell® Rating. This proves that he is a model lawyer, and able to give excellent legal representation.

Attorney Saul Ferris has 20 years of legal experience, and served in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps as a prosecutor. Attorney Gary Thompson is fluent in Spanish, and has 18 years of litigation experience. The entire team has lived in Chicago for years, and is exceedingly familiar with Illinois law. Our firm has the ability to create wills and trusts for those who wish to gift specific people with certain assets after they pass away. We want our clients to know their wishes will be followed after they pass away. Thinking about your loved one’s lives after you die may be difficult, but our compassionate attorneys are here to make your life and their lives easier.

Need a lawyer for an estate planning matter in Arizona?

When needed, we will give our clients the best legal advice for estate planning situations in order for them and their families to receive the best possible outcome. Our lawyers can also draft a power of attorney and help you pick the best possible agent to carry out your wishes you should become incapacitated. Do not leave your family feeling helpless and lost after your death. It is in your and their best interest to create an estate plan while you are healthy. We can always adjust a will or estate plan if anything in your life changes.

If you have questions about estate planning, please contact our firm as soon as possible.


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