She works with attorneys, accountants, trust departments, financial planners and other professionals from throughout the country on trust and estate administration in Yavapai and Coconino Counties in Arizona.
Please join me on the 2nd Tuesday of each month for "Letter of the Law" radio show on KAZM 780AM for lively discussions covering hot topics in trusts, estate planning and inheritance issues.
657 E. Cottonwood Street, Suite 11-b, P.O. BOX 3819
The law office of Virginia I. Duncan will represent your estate planning legal matters.
Virginia Duncan has been practicing law in Sedona, the Verde Valley and Northern Arizona since 1983.
She is currently an Arizona State Bar certified specialist in estate and trust law practicing in Yavapai and Coconino counties.
-Administration Trust Law
-Durable Powers of Attorney
-Health Care Documents
Practice Areas: Probate; Decedent's Estates; Ancillary Probate; Estate Administration; Probate Administration; Estate Planning; Family Trusts; Living Trusts; Trust Administration; Trust Law; Fiduciary Law; Wills; Inheritance
Admitted: 1983, Arizona
Law School: University of Arizona, J.D.
Member: Yavapai County Bar Association; State Bar of Arizona (Member, Executive Counsel, Probate and Trust Law Section, 1995-1998); Estate and Trust Advisory Commission Board of Legal Specialization Arizona State Bar, (1996-2003, 2009-2012).
Biography: Rated AV Martindale Hubbell. Listed Southwest SuperLawyers, 2008-Current. Attendee Arizona College of Trial Advocacy, 1992. Member Advisory Commission to Arizona Board of Legal Specialization, Estate and Trust Law (1996-2003, 2009-2012), Judicial Review and Appointments Advisory Board for City of Cottonwood (2012).