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In Arizona, persons serving as fiduciaries for a fee must be licensed by the state. All fiduciaries, whether serving for a fee or not, are governed by state law. State law requires that to become licensed, fiduciaries must meet certain eligibility requirements, take initial training, pass a test, post a bond, furnish a set of fingerprints and pass a criminal background check. Licensing must be renewed every two years.
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