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27 Apr 2023 • Desert Willow Conference Center

Business Members:

We greatly appreciate the Business Members of the Arizona Fiduciaries Association. 

Their dues provide the critical base of financial support needed to supply our core structural needs. 

For more information on any of our Business Members, please click on the link below to explore their websites and services.

Licensed with the Arizona Supreme Court

    Affiliate Businesses (not licensed with the Arizona Supreme Court)                           

    December 7, 2020 - The Administrative Office of the Courts has issued an updated AO on Licensed Fiduciary's Obligation to Visit Wards thru March 31, 2021. Click Here to View a Copy of AO 2020-194 (replacing AO #'s 2020-66, 2020-118 and 2020-152

    Sept 25, 2020 -Administrative Order 2020 -118 re: Licensed Fiduciary's Obligation to Visit Ward Announced (Replacing Administrative Order Nos. 2020-66 and 2020-118)Click Here to Views a Copy of the Administrative Order Now
    July 22, 2020 - The Administrative Office of the Courts has determined that the concern for spread of COVID-19 and the Governor’s declaration of statewide emergency creates an emergency that necessitates granting immediate authority for licensed fiduciaries to comply with visitation requirements in the manner provided for in this order. Click Here to View a Copy of AO 2020-118 re: Licensed Fiduciary's Obligation to Visit WardMay 6, 2020 - Today, Administrative Director of the Courts, David K. Beyers, signed an Administrative Directive suspending licensed fiduciaries’ obligation to complete continuing education requirements for the June 1, 2018 through May 31, 2020 licensure period until December 31, 2020. Click Here for a copy of the Directive. Click Here for Copy of the Memo from AOC

    April 15, 2020 - In response to the ongoing concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, the Certification and Licensing Division of the Administrative Office of the Courts is encouraging each licensed fiduciary to develop a continuity plan with another licensed fiduciary, in the event you have an event that affects your ability to comply with your responsibilities to those you assist.  Additionally, the Arizona Supreme Court has issued Administrative Order 2020-65 addressing a licensed fiduciary’s visitation requirements, a copy of which can be found HERE.

    The following statement has been copied from the Arizona Judicial Courts website and duplicated here for your convenience

    Attorneys, litigants, and the public are encouraged to check with their local courts for local practices and advisories. Local court information is available online at https://www.azcourts.gov/AZ-Courts/AZ-Courts-Locator and https://azcourthelp.org/arizona-courthouses.

    The Arizona Judicial Branch is monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and is committed to maintaining access to judicial branch services while keeping litigants, probationers, staff, and the public safe. The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) is coordinating with the state health department and other governmental agencies to ensure we are consistent with their guidance in the appropriate response while maintaining individual’s rights to justice.

    Updates will be posted to https://www.azcourts.gov/covid19 and on the Arizona Supreme Court’s social media outlets:
    @AZCourts on Twitter and Facebook @ArizonaSupremeCourt.

    The impact of Coronavirus varies within the state, and the level of response and adjustment will vary. Not all courts have a social media presence or website. The AOC will post court-specific information as it becomes available.


    In addition, the National Guardianship Association (NGA) has put together a webpage of links and resources that they have identified to guardians during this unprecedented time. Note that policies and laws vary from state to state. A policy’s inclusion on this list does not imply endorsement by NGA or AFA.

    Announcements and News

    Arizona Fiduciaries Association
    Executive Director: The Carlson Group, LLC
    Mailing Address: 8987 E Tanque Verde #309-125 Tucson, AZ 85749
    Telephone: (520) 338-0840  Fax: (814) 286-3953  execdirector@azfid.org