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Maxfield Law, LLC

A Utah Estate Planning Firm

Estate Planning Law Firm in Provo, Utah

Though typically thought of as planning for death, estate planning also plans for life. By having an Estate Plan you can be prepared for disability, old age, and medical needs as well as protecting assets. Our lawyers love estate planning. For over 20 years, we have been helping people and businesses succeed. We also offer Probate and Trust Administration services.


Do I really need a will? If you live in Utah you may just want your property to be distributed by the default intestate laws. Most likely, however, you don’t. In that case, you are a good candidate for a will.  Click here to learn more about wills.


A trust is a tool that is often used to bypass probate. This tool also serves as a mechanism to help pay for and take care of people as they get too old or are otherwise unable to care for themselves.  Click here to learn more about trusts.

Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is the power granted from one person to another to act legally on their behalf.  Click here to learn more.

Advance Health Care Directives

Advance Healthcare Directives were once known as a living will. These are instructions a person gives in advance for the medical care they would like to receive when they are no longer able to speak for themselves. 


We cannot live forever. When a family member has passed away, their estate may need to go through probate.  Click here to learn more.

Asset Protection

We all want to keep what is our own, but in these litigious times, protecting what we have takes planning.  Click here to learn more.

Disability Planning

Often disability is inconvenient and unexpected. Early planning can lighten your burden through hard life changes.  Click here to learn more.

Practice Areas

Maxfield Law, LLC advices on the essential estate planning documents you need to prepare for death and disability as well as handling assets during life.

Attorney Profile

The legal counsel you need to administer the complexities of an estate, whether as trustee or personal representative.

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If you are in need of legal representation to advise, prepare, file, or argue in court for your interests in an estate, please reach out to us today to discuss.

All people are equal before the law.  A good attorney is what makes a difference.